We all came
from different backgrounds,
with different ideas,
and different goals in mind.
We were united,
as the class of 1913.
We met many new friends,
And together '
^ we went through four long
years, in which we experienced
many times of joy,
as well as times of sorrow.
It was also a time in which
many things were changed,
-J' or at least, revised.
We planned and participated in
dances, activities, and a few outings.
They were long and eventful years,
hut now that they have passed,
. ^ they seemed so short.
All that remains of them are memories.
And these, are recorded here,
in our Reflections of our years
at Wilmington High.
— anonymous member
of class of 1973 —
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Remember tbese as the trials and triiimphs that molded a generation,
And feel the warmth, vitality^ and real beauty of life . . .
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Nanq?: "Alright you guys — get
Michele: "Actually, I have no idea
what's going on."
Patti: "Hooray! We met the dead-
Seated: Tri-editors; Nancy Ferguson, Michele Lombard, Patti Cavanaugh. 1st row: Laura
Johnson, Jean Kovacs, Michele Gillis, Janis Halpin, Lisa Pelletier. 2nd row: Cindy
Lamkin, Susanna Krey, Diane Rossi, Ruth Corum, Carrie Krasznekewicz, Linda Childs,
Stanley Fielding. 3rd row: Joan Bellissimo, Wanda Jensen, Robin Jensen, Donna Dorval.
Cindy Anderson, Debbie Romanski.
Mr. Thomas Woodbury
SNAFU — Situation normal, all fouled up!
Thinking up a quote.
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In quest of peace:
Where there is hatred, let us sow love;
where there is injury, pardon;
where there is doubt, faith;
where there is despair, hope;
where there is darkness, light;
and where there is sadness, joy.
. . . that we may not so much seek to
be consoled as to console;
to be understood as to understand;
to be loved as to love . . .
From St, Francis of Assissi
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Mr. Walter H. Pierce
Superintendent of Schools
Mr. Derek R. Little
Acting Superintendent of Schools
Mr. John CrisafuUi
To the Class of 1973:
You have achieved one of life's great milestones. A high school education
has never been more important for the personal and economic development of our
youth than it is today.
The School Committee joins with me in congratulating you for your many
accomplishments, and we specifically extend our best wishes to each of you for success
and happiness in the years ahead.
Derek R. Little
Acting Superintendent of Schools
Mr. James Demos, Mrs. Nancy Clark, Mr. John Brooks
Mr. Richard Thackeray, Mrs. L. Barbara Hooper, Chairwoman.
Missing is Miss Diana C. Imbimbo.
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Mr. Bernard P. McMahon, Principal
Dr. Kevio Callahan, Guidance
Mr. Harold F. Garrett, Assistant Principal
Mr. George Cogan, Guidance
Miss Nancy Abbood, Guidance
Mr. Roger F. Breakey, Dean of Students
Dr. James Stewart
Administrator of Counseling Service
Mr. John Lynch, AItf//&
Coordinator of Student Activities
Mr. John Hamilton, Guidance
Miss Marjorie Marshall, Guidance
Mr. James Babcock, Math
Mr. Carl Olsson, Social Studies
Mr. Francis Kelley, Math
Mr. John Krey, Science
Mrs. George Webber, Business
Mrs. Betsy Cronin, English
Mrs. Barbara Mindell, English
Mrs. Cecelia Lewis, Foreign Language
Mr. Robert Dicey, Industrial Arts
Mr. Robert Miliey, Math
Mr. Daniel Greece, English
Mr. Robert Malay, English
Miss Marilem Soodla, Science
Mr. Frank Lentine, Industrial Arts
Mr. Matthew Joyce, English
Miss Louise Bocchino, Foreign Language
Mr. Roland Gonzalez, Foreign Language
Miss Lydia Haitas, Foreign Language
Miss Claire Kroll, Social Studies
Mr. Thomas Woodbury, Math
Mr. John Hartnett, Science
Miss Karen Hellmer, English
Mrs. Suzanne Partlow
Mrs. Faye Page, English
Miss Margaret Sullivan
Miss Eileen Sullivan
Mr. Lawrence Maggio, Social Studies
Mr. Richard Scanlon, Social Studies
Mrs. Marlene Ross, Foreign Language
Mr. Richard Fardy, Science
Mrs. Joyce Aldrich, English
Mrs. Kathleen Bell, Math
Mrs. Marjorle Butler, Science
Mrs. Nancy Brother, Reading
Mr. Gennaro DiSarcina, Social Studies
Mrs. Frances Boudreau, Business
Mr. Lawrence DeGeorge, Industrial Arts
Mr. James Damoulakis, Music
Mr. John Murphy, Industrial Arts
Mr. Richard Dulong, English
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Mr. Alan Fessenden, Social Studies
Mr. Roger Cote, Math
Miss Sylvia Milanese, English
Miss Mary Kennedy, English
Mr. Gary Nelson, Math
Mr. Alfred Hambelton, Industrial Arts
Mrs. Leslie Basmajian, Social Studies
Mrs. Mary Harvey, Business
Miss Carol Chipman, English
Mrs. Beverly Shea, English
Mr. Charles Keller, Industrial Arts
Mrs. Marcia Jordan, Art
Mrs. Rosemarie Koure, English
Mr. Timothy Hill, Math
Miss Linda Jackson, Af«j«
Mr. Mario Giordano, Foreign Language
Mrs. Donna Belanger, Business
Mr. Joseph Beaton, Social Studies
Miss Nancy Falzano, Home Economics
Miss Jean Longo, Business
Mrs. Eva Kanchuga, Home Economics
Mr. Charles Shiere, Business
Vfrs. Catherine Symonds, English
Mrs. Marilyn MacDonald, Business
Dr. Jeanne Pederson, Science
Mrs. Anne Hill, Art
Mr. John Ward, Music
Miss Martha Land, Business
Mrs. Gloria Bowles, Dietetics
Mrs. Donna Gershon, Business
Mr. Salvatore Albano, Special Education
Mrs. Marjorie Ritvo, Reading
Mrs. Sharon Hone, Foreign Language
Physical Education: Mr. Robert Aylward, Miss Janet Cassidy, Miss Alice McCarthy and Mr.
Mr. Anthony DeLuca, Work Study
Mr. Daniel Gillis, Special Physical Edu-
Mr. Richard DeRosa, Chairman
of Science Department
Mr. Jerry A. Houghton, Business Manager
Mrs. Virginia Erickson, Librarian
SECRETARIES: Mrs. Winifred Barry, Mrs. Joanne
Burke, and Mrs. Patricia Gearty.
Mrs. Joan Bachman, School Nurse; Mrs.
Eleanor Harvey, Dental Hygenist.
Teacher aides: Mrs. Elsie Tsicouleas, Mrs. Jeannette Kelloway, Mrs. Francis
Mazzola, Mrs. Margaret Duffy, Mrs. Barbara Cook.
CUSTODIANS: Mr. Al Cariglio, Mr. James Downs.
CAFETERIA WORKERS— 7j/ rou:- Priscilla Blomerth, Rosemarie Mac Donald, Helen Bright,
Susan Harvey, Ann Giannati. 2nJ row: Mechelina Oatley, Irene Haley, Virginia Tyner,
Ella Efraemson, Nora Branscombe, Claire d'Entremont, Ann Mirisola.
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"A most likeable person . . ."
We, the Class of 1973, have chosen Mr.
Scanlon as Teacher of the Year. We wish him
the best in the future.
most understanding . . ."
". . . a great sense of humor."
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WILMINGTON HIGH SCHOOL BAND
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Front: Pat Sullivan, Deb
Scarano, Joanne Langone.
Rear: Janice Gionetti, Debra
Harrison, Bridgette Vanderly,
Laurie Hancox, Debbie Ryan,
Joanne Jacobs, Barbara Kelley.
Front: Marcy Lester, Marie Fantasia. Rear: Margie Mallet, Margaret Forrest, Kathi
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1st row: Miss Hellmer, advisor. Rich Stratton,
publisher. Donna Freeman, editor, Terri Jenkins,
Joe Shibilia. 2nd row: Jean Kovacs, Tony Max-
field, Mike Kaminski, Peter George, Paul Esie-
lionis, Jim Stratton. Missing: Alan Vanderly,
Left to right: Mrs. Jordan, advisor; Kathy Mor-
risette, Mary Cote, Christine Barbas, Rebecca
Suggs, Elissa Stira, Barbara Hillson. Missing:
Bonnie Scheu, Silvia Barbos, Carol McLaren.
Sitting: Patty Pilla, Valerie Finley, Janice Vengren, Donald O'Connor, George Mecurio, Carolyn
Moore. Standing: Joy Walley, Dan Schwartz, George Hunt, Mark Madigan, Kathy McGinley, Joyce
Vanderly, Mr. Scanlon, advisor, Margaret Mosca, Natalie Frederico, Peggy McGinley, Donna Mul-
hoUand, Louise Benson, Margie Mallet, Sharon Zimmerman, Myra Tenhuson, Dr. Callahan.
Boy Tony Maxfield
Credeau Ed Whitaker
Inez Janice Spada
Estelle Kathy Shinners
Herbert Andy Leyenaar
Muriel Margaret Forrest
"THE UGLY DUCKLING"
King Peter George
Queen Lorraine Spada
Chancellor Gerard Cunningham
Princess Camilla Carole- Anne Tyler
Prince Simon Philip Morrisey
Dulcibella Diane Dizacomo
Carlo Charles Swain
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Seated: Lynn Murphy, Joanne Brad-
ley, Joan Deslongchamps, Sally
Stone. 1st row: Cheryl Murphy,
Karen Boeri, Susan Lowry, Donna
MulhoUand, Karen MacEachern. 2nd
row: Mrs. Gagnon, advisor; Jim
Duffy, Mike Wolley, Steve Coursey,
Ron Lawrenson, Bill Manning, Mary
Ann King. Missing: Kathy Gilligan,
Jean Novak, Lisa Branzetti, Martha
Rounds, Seamus Berkeley.
Seated: Larry Morin, Wayne
Croswell. Standing: Greg Cool-
idge, Steve Coursey, Bill Man-
ning and Jim Stratton.
Seated: Jim Stratton, Tod Little, Treas-
urer; Mark Richards, Vice-President;
Wayne Croswell, President; Mike
Kaminski, Secretary. Standing: David
Berry, Tony Maxfield, Ron Mills, David
Mather, Don Albanese, Ralph Halpin,
and Mr. Beaton, advisor. Missing: Kevin
MuUarky, Dave Anderson, Philip Mor-
1st row: Paula Winters, Michele
Lombard. 2nd row: Susanna Krey,
Treasurer, Janis Halpin, President;
Elaine Lyford, Vice President; Mari-
jane Cunningham and Kathy
Pavelcak, Secretaries; Wanda Jensen.
5rd row: Janice Spada, Suzanne
Doucette, Carole Anne Tyler, Tony
Maxfield, Mark O'Hearne, Ralph
Halpin, Willis Lyford, John Kamin-
ski. Missing: Cindy Lamkin, Sharon
FuUerton, Gerard Cunningham, Der-
rick Guzelf, David Landry, Andy
Sitting: David Passmore, Mr. Mi Hey, advisor.
Standing: Judy Lefavour, Willis Lyford, David
Salera, John Kaminski. Missing: Paul Green.
1st roil': Frank Shukis, Cheryl
Lawlcr, Margie Coulton, Mark
Smith. 2nd row: Wanda Jensen,
Janis Halpin, Jim Stratton, Suzanne
Doucette, Elaine Lyford, Paula Win-
ters. 3rd row: Mark Callahan, Mike
Kaminski, Tony Maxfield, Michele
Lombard, Mark O'Hearne, Willis
Lyford, Kathy Pavelcak, Mrs. King,
Advisor. Missing: Cindy Lamkin,
Paul Green, Susan Lowry, William
Noclke, Angela Valente.
1st row: Sharon Foley, Carol Russo,
Linda Denault. 2nd row: Cheryl Ben-
tiet, Beth Krugaluk, Janet Liberacki,
Gail Given, Christine Armstrong. 5rd
row: Mrs. Bowles, teacher; Debra
Fields, Peggy Schacht, Diane Gray,
Marie Maxfield, Judee Gordon, Lori
Justice. Missing: Barbara and Karen
Graves, Marsha Leech, Beth Wescott.
1st row: Mary Eckberg, Debbie Harkins, Karen
Barrasa. 2nd row: Nancy Myers, Gloria Ferraguto,
Sharon Haynes, Donna Plummer, Mrs. Gershon,
1st row: Pat Pintrich, Paul Esielionis,
Jeanne Cleary, Gary Smith. 2nd row:
Roberta Pilcher, Janis Halpin, Susanna
Krey, President; Michele Lombard, Vice-
President; Jean Kovacs, Secretary;
Nancy Ferguson, Treasurer; Cindy Lam-
kin, Joan Bellissimo, Miss KroU, ad-
visor. 3rd row: Mark Richards, Greg
Coolidge, Beth Higley, Wanda Jensen,
Martha Rounds, Steve Coursey, Bill
Manning, Cindy Swain. 4th row: Donna
Freeman, Jim Stratton, Deborah Roman-
1st row: Mike Falzone, Christine Emery, Beth
Higley, Jeanne Cleary. 2nd row: Wayne Cros-
well, Treasurer; Susan Peabody, Secretary;
Harvey Baldwin, President; Ann London, Vice-
President; Mr. McDermott, advisor. 3rd row:
Ed Adams, Kathy Brady, Karen McVicker,
Mary Markey, Kathy Gilligan, Robin Land,
Carol Morin, David Mather. Missing: Chris-
^ash, Mr. DcRosa. 2nd Row: y
Croswell, Dr. Callahan, Father Parker,
Coursey, Mrs. Wolff, Father Drennan
Maggio. 3rd Row: Dr. Peterson, Mr. Ji
Mary Anne Sullivan, President; Sally Irwin, Vice-President; Donna Knickle, Treasurer; Karen
Cindy Laquidara, Treasurer; Paula Kavanaugh, Secretary; Lori McNabb, Vice-
President; Donia McMillan, President.
Janice Gennetti, Treasurer; Jay Garden, Vice-Presi-
dent; Gail Irwin, President; Joanne Langone, Secre-
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"You mean they're not hard-boiled?!"
And the band played on . . .
Now that's a slow pitch!
Relaxing on the hillside
Enough of the pictures, let's get going!
Seein' the sights . .
Oh, really now!
Don't cry Ma, we'll
There's something about that French wine ....
And we thought WHS was a dump
(French school at Avalon)
Reims Cathedral. Wow!
Be prepared. . . to get squashed.
Wilmington could really use one
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Wonder if we're really lost!
A fancy French radio
Aw. We have to go
What's that after shave you're wear-
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Hey! I'm supposed to be quarterback!
M V C Champs
Row 1 : Wayne MacDonald, Richard Barry, Jack Virtus, Leo Campbell, Alan Jansen, Paul Olson,
Steve Coursey, Bruce McMillan, Jim McNally, Artie Gilbert, row 2: Coach Bellissimo, Bob Ba-
vota, Paul Fitch, Jack HoUoway, Bob Scarano, Dean Devlin, Dana Daniell, Doug Stewart, Tom
Woods, Joe Lunetta. row 3 : Mike Falzone, Lynn Rinker, Brian Davey, Ralph Peterson, David
Anderson, Ralph Dalton, Bob Stewart, Bob Ried, Coach Richie, row 4: Eddie Adams, Don Chur-
chill, Frank DiPiano, Kenny Kumm, Steve Olson, Bob Dorval, John Quinno, Larry McGrath,
Under the watchful eye .
One of many
Co-Captains Jeanne Cleary and Sally Maclver, Sheila
Cavanaugh, Robin Jensen, Andrea Silverman, Bonnie
Zaverson, Meryl Clark, Cathy Hewlett, Donna Mul-
lens, Lynn Murphy, Jean Novak, Wendy Wiberg,
Hail! Hail! The gang's all here!
I'll huflF and I'll puflF and I'll blow you all
so close yet so far away
The winning combination
Hey! Did you hear my name in the line-up?
Can you get any better?
Wildcats vs Andover Wildcats vs Burh'ngton
Wildcats vs Pentucket
Wildcats vs Methuen
Wildcats vs Dracut
Wildcats vs Chelmsford
Wildcats vs N. Reading
Wildcats vs Billerica
Wildcats vs Tewksbury
and many more
1st row. Bob Doyle, Ken Morrison, Chet Hall, Alan MacDonald. 2nd
row: Alan Jansen, Jack Holloway, Paul Olson, Coach Gillis. Missing:
Bob Scarano, Leo Campbell, Tony Whodawitz, Dan Schwartz.
1st row: Doug Spring, Ian Maclnnis, Chris Nee, Carl Abel,
(Capt.) Bob Connors, Richard Cram, Larry Singelais, James
Murphy, Steve Gustus, Ed Maloney, Wayne Kirby, Ralph
.Halpin, Pete McNaughton. 2nd row: Coach Kelley, Dave
Cain, Frank Shukis, Mark Coursey, Michael Kelley, Mickey
Grant, Brian Callahan, John McNaughton, Tommy Moran,
Barry Foster, Daniel Spear, Wesley Moore, John Trickett,
Frank McLean, Carl Singelais (manager). 3rd row: Mike
Tyner, Darryl O'Malley, Paul Reed, Brian Phillips, Steve
LeFavour, Lenny Dailey, Peter Jensen, Donald Capone,
Richard McCuUy, Paul Bradley, Joe Leary, John Boudreau.
"Sure, Coach! "
Up and Over
Ralph on the Warpath
Kicking the Iso-decahedron
Kneeling: Wayne Croswell, assistant captain; Bob Swisher, Ralph Decker, Tom Aprile, Tri-captains.
1st row: Doug Harrison, Rick Spinney, Tim Swisher, Danny Moore, Phil Kritter, John Kaminski,
Bruce McDonald, Chuck Wood, Bobby Pidgeon, Buce Terricone, Ron Lawenson, Dave Maloney,
Keith Roueche, Danny Burns, Rick Virtus, Ed Tweedy, Peter Kritter. 2nd row: Barry Aruda, Mark
Kalkanajian, Rick DeVeau, Chris DeCecca, Roy Meyer, Rick Diehl, Mark Yankowski, Mike Walsh,
Steve Winston, Gary Smith, Howie Coombs, Fred Perry, Paul Morrasco.
Kneeling: Linda McVicker, Carlene Butler, Joan Bellissimo, Pat Pintrich, Jay Garden. 1st row:
Sandi McNevin, MaryAnn Langone Gail Irwin, Dianne Rossi, Tammy Oliveira, Nancy Ferguson,
Coach Cassidy. 2nd row: Doria McMillan, Lori McNabb, Berti Pilcher, Cheryl Murphy, Karen
Boeri, Martha Rounds.
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Karen breaks away
"I got my bench pal. You got yours?"
"Ooops! Missed him again!"
O.K. now, no ruff stuff."
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Kneeling: Coach DiSarcina, Gary Smith, co-capt. L to R: Wayne Croswell, Doug Stewart, Phil
Morrisey, Bill Eckberg, Tom Woods, Steve Daniell, Bob Stewart, Jim Stratton, Manager. Miss-
ing: Mark Nelson, co-capt.; Ray Noel.
1st row: Cathy Towle, Marie Fantasia, Elaine Rose; capt., Cindy Aruda, Betsy Castello. 2nd row:
Rosie Wallent, Karen MacEachern, Donna Knickle, Cheryl Tomasi, Patti Bransfield, Joan McGee.
3rd row: Terri Schultz; capt., Diane Shukis, Maryann Gigliotti. Missing: Julie Briggs.
Seated: Jeanne Cleary, capt; Joan Bellissimo, co-capt. /// row: Carlene Butler, Mary Ann Lan-
gone, Kathy Sullivan, Michele Lombard, Ann Mackey, Janice Genetti. 2nd row: Coach Dadoly,
Tammy Oliveira, Doria McMillan, Pat Pintrich, Paula Kavanaugh.
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What form (?)!
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Happiness is winning by one point!
ls( row: Paul Fitch, Dana Mullarky,
Danny Bicknell, Chris Hinxman, Jim
Connors, Tommy McNamara, Brian
Phillips, Kevin Tighe. 2ni row.
Coach Al Fessenden, Mike Connelly,
Wayne Kirby, John Harrison, Frank
McLean, Jim Sugrue, Russ Meyers,
Chucky Duggan, Dan Burns, Tom
Bromander, John Trickett, Assistant
Coach Peter Emery.
Photo by Merrimac Valley Advertiser
The one that got away.
Dean does it again!
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ij/ roti'.' Peter Brown, Lenny Daley, Ian Maclnnis, Keith Rouche, Chris
DiCecca, Capt. Jim Murphy, Capt. Rick Barry, Frank Shukis, Gary
McRae, Manager Darryl O'Malley, Eddie Adams, Joe Shibilia. 2nd row:
Peter McNaughton, Tom Aprile, Paul Sferrazza, Carl Abell, Tim Nee,
Dave Spring, Don Capone, Peter Capone, Mark Blaisdell, Chris Nee,
Charlie Zaverson, Ralph Halpin, Manager Bob Sferrazza, Wes Moore.
3rd row: Coach Kelley, Steve Coursey, Joe Leary, Bob Nicholas, Rick
McCuUy, Jack Virtus, Steve Gustus, Mike Tyner, Mike Barcellos, Steve
Napolitano, Bob Reid. Missing: Bob Scarano, Doug Spring, Jim Busby,
Bruce Bishop, Dave Churchill.
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WINTER TRACK . . .
. . the ultimate in concentration.
It seems to me a crime that we should age;
These fragile times should never slip us by.
A time you never can or shall erase;
As' friends together watch their childhood fly
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In September, 1969, it was new to all of us; four years
later it was all rather routine. But in the middle there was
a lot of growing and working and succeeding and failing
to be done, both for our class and for our Class Advisor,
Mr. Carl Olsson. A Class Advisor is an underpaid and
overworked teacher who agrees to help direct a class be-
cause of his concern for the students of that class. Mr.
Olsson fits this criterion. His tireless work on such projects
as the J.V. Show, Senior Class Play, and on all our patrons
drives have been instrumental to the success of these pro-
jects. His concern has been felt by all who have come into
contact with him. So to our Class Advisor, Carl Olsson, we
extend our sincere and heartfelt thanks and best wishes.
1st row: Joanne Bradley, Andrea Silverman, Ann
London. 2nd row: Jim Stratton, Steve Coursey,
Leo Campbell, Wayne Croswell.
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Lucy van Pelt Paula Winters
Charlie Brown Peter George
Patty Lisa Pelletier
Linus van Pelt Jimmy Stratton
Shroeder Paul Green
Snoopy Ed Whittaker
Director Miss Carol Chipman
Assistant Director Debby Romanski
"Pleasant day . . ."
"and I'll wear my crown in swimming
and everything! "
"There is no team. . ."
"It's awfully hard to breath in here."
"My blanket and me! '
"Don't lean on my piano!'
"Homework?! — yuck! . . ."
"I wonder if it will snow tonight?"
"And the championship is ours!"
'In examining a work such as Peter
Elabbit . . ."
"The curse of a fuzzy face! '
"You're a good man, Charlie Brown."
I would've made a terrific trophy."
"Oh, it's suppertime
"Adagio con brio."
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1. rick saulnier
2. Steve coursey
3. mark nelson
4. ada lippiello
5. sharon haynes
6. bruce mcmillan
7. barbara clapp
8. barbara graves
9. barbara maynard
10. debbie scarano
11. chickie sarchione
12. Janice mcginley
13. Janet dibella
14. frank giannotti
15. Steve silva
16. alice pratt
17. wayne croswell
18. jean birkenbach
19. donna williams
20. karen knight
21. glenis ronan
22. Joanne Jacobs
23. lauren hancocks
24. carol russo
25. Suzanne doucette
26. janis rando
27. prisciUa bedell
28. mike walsh
29. mike woUey
30. Joyce hudgins
31. larry morin
32. beth higley
33. debby shukis
34. Stanley fielding
35. diane rossi
36. karen kohler
37. susan davey
Harvey Baldwin, Jeanne Cleary
Janet DiBella, Larry Morin
Wanda Jensen, Gary Smith
Most Likely to Succeed
Michele Lombard, Steve Coursey
Class Actress and Actor
Paula Winters, Ed Whittaker
Susanna Krey, Jim Stratton
Karen Boeri, Mike Wolley
Mary Lou Kazmaier, Peter George
Tom Szadis, Karen Knight
Sharon Dukus, Dave Barrett
Joan Bellissimo, Tom Aprile
Mark Richards, Debbie Shukis
Sheila Cavanaugh, Mike Sugrue
Martha Rounds, Steve Coursey
Cathy McPhee, Sean Smith
Fred Johnson, Liane Harvey
Ralph Halpin, Mary Barry
Best Figure, Best Build
Sally Maclver, Paul Olson
Jack Virtus, Martha Poloian
Karen Boeri, Steve Coursey
Wayne Croswell, Andrea Silverman
Ann London, Kevin Mullarky
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In Memory of
These are yesterdays wanderings,
fragile moments of magic from an older time .
of a smile reflecting the sun and the seasons,
and a warmth that's contagious even still . . .
ACTIVITIES: Color Guard 2, 3; Psychic
Phenomena 3; Kiwanis Club 4. TO
REMEMBER: The water fights we had
in Miss Soodla's chem. class. TO FOR-
GET: French III. FUTURE PLANS:
College and computer analysis.
ACTIVITIES: Tennis 2, 3, 4; German
Club 3, Vice-Pres. 4; Drama Club 1, 2;
Student Government Day Supt. of
Schools 3. TO REMEMBER: My Ger-
man classes, Bio. II classes, cramming
for SAT'S, Hoffbraw Haus in Munich,
Olympics. TO FORGET: Mr. K's yel-
ling in the halls; trying to find a seat
at lunch, Haus International in Munich.
FUTURE PLANS: To become a lawyer,
Linda S. Allison
ACTIVITIES: Band 1, 2; Riding Club
2. TO REMEMBER: The first week in
school after the dress code was abolished.
TO FORGET: The bomb scares in the
10th grade. FUTURE PLANS: Get mar-
ried and move to Southern California.
ACTIVITIES: School Newspaper 1, 2,
3; Marching Band 1, 2, 3; Concert Band
1, 2, 3; Yearbook 2, 3; Student Council
2, 3; School & Community Service.
FUTURE PLANS: I plan to enter
nursing, and specialize in Pediatrics.
ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 2, 3, 4; J.V.
Show, Yearbook, Patron's Drive 3, 4.
TO REMEMBER: The good ski trips,
going outside to have a cigarette, the
hockey and football games, trips to
New York and New Hampshire. TO
FORGET: The ski trip at Okemo, work,
teachers and students who thought they
were great. FUTURE PLANS: Take a
long trip; to be happy with my friends,
to be myself and be happy.
TO REMEMBER: Mr. Scanlon's human
behavior class and Mrs. Aldrich's Eng-
lish class. TO FORGET: 1 would like
to forget Mr. Babcock's geometry class.
FUTURE PLANS: I plan to have a
manager's job and later go into the
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Susan T. Anderson
ACTIVITIES: Basketball cheerleading
2; Arts and Crafts 3; Decorations 4. TO
REMEMBER: January 72, Bell Isle, ski-
ing and falling, Dave, Mac's, stalling,
1st strike, V. C. & B. R. TO FORGET:
Snow bank, my birthday party '71, the
race at noon, Dumpy D's, black-eye, sis.
FUTURE PLANS: Marrying eventually,
having a family and just being happy in
whatever I do.
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ACTIVITIES: Patron's Drive 3; Senior
Class Play 4; J.V. Show 3; Future
Teachers 3, 4. TO REMEMBER: Junior
skip day to Wingersheek, driftwood,
summer parties, B. B.'s, #26, peanut
butter, Swain School (summer pro-
gram). Bob S., and Bob S., Mary O.,
Andover Square. TO FORGET: Teach-
ers, study halls, and lunch ladies, R. S.,
Andover. FUTURE PLANS: Would like
to go into Occupational Therapy or Art.
ACTIVITIES: Freshman Football 1-
Soccer 2, 3, capt. 4; Winter Track 1 4-
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 1 2 TO
REMEMBER: Winning the soccer
championship and hitting the crossbar.
TO FORGET: Three wasted years with-
out J. C. FUTURE PLANS: To become
ACTIVITIES: Concert Choir 2; Color
Guard 3; Girls Track 3; A.F.S. 1. TO
REMEMBER: 109 freshman year, and
the tennis court with B. R., V. C,
R. W., C. C, and L. S., Porky chops,
field day. TO FORGET: The tennis
court, Spanish II with Mr. G. FUTURE
PLANS: To go to college, become a
nurse, and have a happy life.
ACTIVITIES: Class Treas. 1; Football
1; Student Council Pres. 3, 4; Student
Government-Student School Committee
2, 3; student member of the School
Committee 4; J.V. Show 3. TO RE-
MEMBER: Bomb scares, working for
J. K., J.V. Show, Willis House, The
Hill and the frogs, Camping on the
"Kank", C.A.R., Rocco's. TO FORGET:
The last 4 years of my life, English 12
with Ms. A, SAT scores. FUTURE
PLANS: Political science major.
ACTIVITIES: Chess Club 2, 3; Cross
Country 1, 2. TO REMEMBER: Count-
ing C. K. say O.K. 148 times in one
period, never getting caught for any-
thing at WHS, Janice. TO FORGET:
Barney not letting me out of French
II, and then flunking it. FUTURE
PLANS: To find happiness and achieve
whatever goals I may set for myself.
Mary E. Barry
ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 1, 2, 3;
Home Ec. Club 2; J.V. Show; Patrons
Drive; Yearbook. TO REMEMBER:
Hampton, football games in '71-72
season, Billy, Maureen, my parties, J.V.
Show, R. v., Dianne, Beth, Debbie,
Donna, Gloria, sleeping in the Garden,
Sean, Riki, Christmas of '72, ski trips,
W.A.L.T. TO FORGET: Pier Six,
Sally's Boarding House, Spacey, being a
freshman, "taking the shower", Chico.
FUTURE PLANS: To be a space secre-
tary, travel and go to Hampton again.
Richard M. Barry
ACTIVITIES: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Football
1, 2, 3, 4; Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4;
Winter Track 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4.
TO REMEMBER: Undefeated football
teams in '69 (Fresh), '70 (Varsity), '71
(J.V.'s), Cabin 3 raids at football camp,
C.Y.O. ski trip '72, 600 against Chelms,
small cafe. TO FORGET: Football
camp, football practice, 660's, losing to
Dracut, Chelms, hurdles, boring teach-
ers. Band. FUTURE PLANS; Go to
college, probably teach.
Priscilla J. Bedell
ACTIVITIES: Field hockey 1, 2, 3,
Capt. 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, Co-Capt. 4;
Softball 1, Co-Capt. 2, Capt. 3, 4; Ski
Club 2, 3, Treas. 4; J.V. Show; Year
Book; NHS 4. TO REMEMBER: Doc's
place, G. S., #4, a testimonial, M. V. C,
Fred and Dot, Doug, The Owl, S, Lee,
Paul, weekend at Diane's, Fritz, 15<f,
Linda, H. B., Cit, Scoop, "Bulldog",
'■Are you 21?". TO FORGET: Mono,
losing to Tewksbury, 8/25/71, a Swiss
Jon, French 2. FUTURE PLANS: Que
Louise M. Benson
ACTIVITIES: Ecology 3, President 4;
Executive Staff 4. TO REMEMBER: Mr.
Lentine's graphic arts class, transferring
from Melrose High in my jr. year,
T.G.I. F. TO FORGET: French 3.
FUTURE PLANS: College and to be-
come a kindergarten teacher
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ACTIVITIES: Spring Track 2; Ski Club
2. TO REMEMBER: Suzuki 90, sugar-
loaf, bread, D. M. 350, good times in
N. H., R. C, C. M., Uncle M., Bob's
class, J. C, A. U., M. G. Kelley. TO
FORGET: Suzuki, Uncle M., DeMoulas
in the rain radiator, homework. FU-
TURE PLANS: College and nowhere.
ACTIVITIES: Hockey 2, 3, 4; Football
2; Class President 4; Patrons Drive 3,
4. TO REMEMBER: J.V. Show, tracks,
kidnapped by A. A. and S. M., party
time, New Years "72", Florida 71,
Buckeye, Fagot. TO FORGET: School
lunches, gym classes 1st, Spanish I,
Junior Class Outing, dropping tray at
lunch, (71, 72-4 pts.) FUTURE PLANS:
Get rich, get married, have kids.
Jeanie or "Mickey"
ACTIVITIES: Concert Choir 1, 2, 3, 4;
J.V. Show 3; Senior Class Play. TO
REMEMBER: Summer of '72, summer
parties, locker fights, diet lunch table,
Kitty's, "Adagio con brio," cast party,
Friendly's— the Plaza.' TO FORGET:
Mr. Kelly's warmups, "the ink-bottle,"
Herman, dreams, "Walkie talkie,"
"Tricky Dicky." FUTURE PLANS: To
go to Europe, become a R.N.
ACTIVITIES: Future teachers 2, 3;
Embroidery 4; Creative Expression 3.
TO REMEMBER: Overcrowded classes
and corridors. TO FORGET: Mrs. Ross,
Miss Dadoly, walking through the
woods from the parking lot. FUTURE
PLANS: Career in fashion merchandiz-
ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4;
Softball 1, 2, 3; Class vice-president 3,
4; J.V. Show 3; Patrons Drive 3, 4;
Peer Group 3, 4. TO REMEMBER:
J.V. Show, ski trips, soph., D. P., P-4,
hanging the sign, soph, year, all the
parties — SM's, hanging around, F. M.'s
Scbago 15, 100 mis.. Red Sox, Skipday,
slcepout, the unforgctablcs. TO FOR-
GET: Those backstabbcrs. Junior out-
ing, FUTURE PLANS: Helping others,
going into special education.
ACTIVITIES: Arts and Crafts Club 3;
Crochet Club 4. TO REMEMBER: Sum-
mer of "72", summer parties, trips to
MacDonalds, Dunkin' Donuts, Silver
Lake, the Gang, friendly notes. TO
FORGET: Gym classes, falling down
cafe stairs, first day of school freshman
year. FUTURE PLANS: Business col-
lege, become an executive secretary.
ACTIVITIES: Executive Board 3, 4;
Peer Group 4; Patrons Drive 3, 4; J.V.
Show 3; Field Hockey 2. TO REMEM-
BER: J.V. Show, field day, common '71,
Skip day, D. B., ski trips, Debago '71,
'72, all the parties csp. S. M.'s, D. P.'s
munchics, Tull, F. M.'s Thanksgiving,
tracks, hockey games, all the good times
with all my buddies, hangin' around,
Hampton, soph. year. TO FORGET:
Phonies, backstabbers, "my supposed
friends" 109, prim and propers, junior
trip, hypocrites, 8/26, 12/18. FUTURE
PLANS: Get a job, get married some-
day and become loaded.
ACTIVITIES: J.V. Hockey 1, 2; Spring
Track 2; Ping Pong Club 2, 3. TO
REMEMBER: hockey, 2:15 bell, school
dances, being straight, Bookkeeping II,
running to lunch, gym classes. TO
FORGET: long lunch lines, chem lab,
homerow, study halls, French, college
tests, cafe ladies, bad jokes. FUTURE
PLANS: Going on to college to study
ACTIVITIES: Gymnastics 1; Art and
Crafts 3; Pottery 4; Business Club 2.
TO REMEMBER: Jeryl's 3 week party,
Feb. vacation' '72, Jeanne and the pencil
in Gen. Bus. class, donuts at the laun-
dromat first period. TO FORGET: The
time I lost it. Steno II. FUTURE
PLANS: Take life one day at a time.
ACTIVITIES: Gymnastics 2; Skipping
Dietetics 2, 3. TO REMEMBER: Friday
nights at Cote's, good times with D. I.
and E. E., 12/17/71 at Ballardvale,
S. P., M. C, E. W., 12/22/70,
12/31/70 and 71, Junior Skip day,
1971 Prom, Bomb scares 70 and 71,
skipping dietetics with J. C. TO FOR-
GET: Being given my rights for a
Mister Meanor of "Writing on Rocks"
with spray paint in N.H. summer of
'71, then ending up washing the rocks!
FUTURE PLANS: Getting married to
S. P. 6/23/73, getting a nice home, and
having a beautiful future.
ACTIVITIES: Football 1, 2, 3, tri-cap.
4; Track 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1; Wrestling
2; Executive Board 3, 4; J.V. Show 3;
Patron's Drive 3, 4. TO REMEMBER:
Mytron, good nights down the tracks,
J.V. Show, skip day, skiing trips, D. P.'s,
sleep-out. Valley News. TO FOR-
GET: Getting caught skipping by C. C,
Noah's Ark in J.V. Show, football
camp all 3 years. FUTURE PLANS:
Join A. A., find a college.
ACTIVITIES: Spring track 2, 3, 4;
Cross Country 3; Winter track 4; Wres-
tling 3. TO REMEMBER: Baby Huey
and his best friend Puka, big card games
in the parking lot, the tracks. TO FOR-
GET: This school, the nice lunches,
Cueball, being bent into a pretzel in
wrestling. FUTURE PLANS: To be a
success in whatever I do.
ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 4. TO REMEM-
BER: Soodla's Sandbox, having to
break in the new teachers that think
they're going to be strict. TO FORGET:
Corridor Patrol, lunch ladies standing
around watching you eat. FUTURE
PLANS: Law Enforcement.
ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 1; Softball
1, 2, 3; Ski Club V.P. 3, Pres. 4; J.V.
Show. TO REMEMBER: Frosty, Crush-
er, B. R. and J. R., Luv-a-mugs, S. A.,
Mr. H. and Mr. C, Tom C, Tango,
T-Bird, Tacos, Ski trips, "The Book
Case", Avoriaz. TO FORGET: Hotdogs,
Waterbuffalo, yellow Camaro, Ripple,
tennis court, elections '72'. FUTURE
PLANS: To Live.
TO REMEMBER: 67 Cada, Wanda,
bomb scares, lunches. Industrial Design,
football camp, Rufus, field days. TO
FORGET: Gym, bore of Design II,
certain girls, Spanish II, May 13. FU-
TURE PLANS: Get married and go
far in life and have a big house of my
ACTIVITIES: Ring Comm. 2; Travel
Comm. 3; Patron's Drive 3; J.V. Show
3; Ski Club 4; Tri-editor of yearbook 4.
TO REMEMBER: S.S.N.B.F., "Are you
21?" weekend at Diane's, J.V. Show,
F-mobile, stone wall, playground, H. B.,
flowers, rolling wheels, surfboard, the
group, my invitation, bananas. TO FOR-
GET: Little Boy Blue, T. P.'s, The day
the Red Sea opened. FUTURE PLANS:
To become a kindergarten teacher.
Sheila Rose Cavanaugh
ACTIVITIES: Football cheerleader 3, 4;
Yearbook 4; TO REMEMBER: Bruce,
Nazareth, Nancy, yo and Latin, Junior
year, 8th grade, singing cakes and hol-
cum, Mi Esposo, cheering, painting,
pictures, dreams and moodies with
Claire, Robin, Mac trucks, big's and fat
cows, "look at your eyes", thanksgivings,
the 'dina's, the gum man. TO FORGET:
a. r. and m., an invisible coach, biz,
little Andover brats, "my back". FU-
TURE PLANS: What can a professional
TO REMEMBER: Rick, MacDonald's,
staff party at Bob's, jumping off the
divingboard with Knowlt, June 18,
1971, rowboat rides, summer in New
'Hampshire, "ocean". TO FORGET:
"Red Baron", Linda at the staff party,
February 3, 1972. FUTURE PLANS:
To attend college and become a special
Linda H. Childs
ACTIVITIES: Spanish Club 2; Softball
2; Yearbook 4; Tennis 2. TO RE-
MEMBER: New York trip, Washington
D.C., 2 summers at Ossipee, basketball,
getting my license. TO FORGET:
Crowded corridors, school lunches, term
reports, dissecting, getting up early.
FUTURE PLANS: Travel, start college
in fail, major in elementary education.
Barbara Anne Clapp
TO REMEMBER: U.S. History, English
with Mr. Grecoe, Honda 750, Junior
Skip Day. TO FORGET: Hm. Rm. with
Mr. Jones, Study Halls, gym. FUTURE
PLANS: Travel the world, settle down
and raise a family.
Jeanne E. Cleary
ACTIVITIES: Basketball Cheerleading
1; Football Cheerleading 2, 3, Co-capt.
4; Basketball 2, 3, Capt. 4; Gymnastics
2; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2;
Decisions in living program 2, 3; Stu-
dent Government 3; J.V. show 3;
Tennis 3; N.H.S. 4. TO REMEMBER:
Summer of 71, S.W.C, Gardner's
Cove, Paris, C, M. L., K. L. and their
drunken father, F. F. TO FORGET:
Reading Police, N.Y.C. coats. FUTURE
TO REMEMBER Mr. Shiere's Book-
keeping I class, M. G., summer vaca-
tions, work study, my junior year. TO
FORGET: U.S. History, my fights with
a certain person, the lunches, my fresh-
man year. FUTURE PLANS: To get
married and live happily.
ACTIVITIES: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Student
Council 2; Cross Country 2; Freshman
Football; Lab band 3, 4. TO REMEM-
BER: Mr. Kelly's math class, Mr. Fes-
senden's "Spiro's my hero" sticker. TO
FORGET: The administration's many,
many, many faults. FUTURE PLANS:
Go onto Aviation Admin.
TO REMEMBER: April 7, 1972, Tom,
W.S.S., Dietetics with K. C, the train
w/E. L., the cow and D. H. TO FOR-
GET: my junior year, B. ST., The A&A.
FUTURE PLANS: Hope to go on to
nursing school and enjoy life.
Ruth-Ellen R. Corum
ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 2; Gym-
nastics 2, 3; Concert Choir 1, 2; J.V.
Show 3; Senior Class Play 4. TO RE-
MEMBER: Soodla's Sandbox, jogging
mornings with J. K., Arnold the pig,
pyramids on field day. TO FORGET:
Bruises from punching my stubborn
locker. FUTURE PLANS: To discover
and to do God's will for me.
Robert B. Connors, Jr.
Bob, B. C.
ACTIVITIES: Cross Country 1, 2, 3,
capt. 4; Winter Track 1, 4; Spring Track
2. TO REMEMBER: Growing up in
Wilmington, how I changed in high
school, running many miles at cross
country practice, certain girls, Boston
with the Drama Club and partying on
the common. The Bruins Rally at Gov't
Center, the Wesley House, caution,
field day, DeMoulas, and getting haircuts
and letting it grow, 18 yr. old drinking,
party time, my proofs, dealing, the
Jethro TuU and J. Geils concerts, taking
the all 3 lunches program. TO FOR-
GET: All the bad things. FUTURE
PLANS: to have a good time, go to
school, be a teacher, build my own
house, and live my own life.
ACTIVITIES: Skipping 1, 2, 3, 4; Busi-
ness Club 2. TO REMEMBER: My
Mother, Ed, 2/26/71, 4/3/71,
12/17/71 with E. W., S. P., and K. C,
all the goods with L. S., K. C, B. K.,
C. S., C. F., Junior Skip Day 71-72,
Dodge Dart, a certain police officer.
TO FORGET: June 29, 72, freshman
year, Nov. 11, 1972. FUTURE PLANS:
Go to France 2/17/73, marry a certain
Gregory T. Coolidge
ACTIVITIES: Football 1; Class Vice-
President 1, 2; Executive Board 3; Base-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Government 2,
3, 4; NHS 3, 4; J.V. show. TO RE-
MEMBER: Lee, sleeping out with B. M.,
M. M., and M. F., skiing, "I'm really
not like this," Sneaker, 35, S. R., P. H.,
R. P., K. M., M. R., D. R., seeing Tull,
Physics lab with Bill, Steve and Wayne,
L. M., G. S., S. S., J. C, N. F., A. L.
and all my other friends, 4/14/72 —
4/16/72. TO FORGET: French tests,
being seeded #3, Scoop, Gestapo. FU-
TURE PLANS: College, meeting people,
Steve, Hip *■
ACTIVITIES: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Win-
ter Track 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4;
Student Council 1; Class President 2, 3;
Executive Board 4; J.V. Show 3; Stu-
dent Gov't 3, 4; Discipline Comm. 2,
3; Family Living 2, 3, 4; Peer Group
2, 3, 4; Jr. Rotarian 4; NHS 3, 4. TO
REMEMBER Homosexuality, the Roll-
ing Stones, Nippy and the Bon Bon
Boys, 9-0, Martha, P. A., J. Geils,
Paris, Stephen Stills, getting my hair
cut, J. E. C. TO FORGET: Denting
our car, bad practices, weight lifting,
our trip to Nantucket. FUTURE
PLANS: Project '73.
ACTIVITIES: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4;
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 3, Capt. 4;
Key Club Pres. 4; N.H.S. 4; Student
Council treas. 4; Exec. Bd. 4; Jr.
Rotarian; Student Gov't 3, 4; Fam. Liv.
Comm. 2, 3, 4; J.V. Show 3; Outward-
bound Pres. 3, N.H.S. 4. TO REMEM-
BER: B. H., 35, racehorse, 22, sneaker,
72 Soccer Champs and party, Pink
Bomb, Calif., 10/30/70, jokts and
L. M., spaz, Fred's bench, "Leader of
the Pack", c-c skiing, N. F.'s pool party,
THE GANG, "That's a hard one!",
math teacher (King Rat) who can't
add, G. C's Xmas disc. TO FORGET:
French, windsprints, blisters.
r ^ 1
ACTIVITIES: Basketball 1; field hockey
2; Executive Board 3; J.V. Show; soft-
ball 2; girl's track 3. TO REMEMBER:
The big D, buddies, cemetary, yellow
trucks, bananas, ski trips, summer of
'72, Tull, skip days, "73" gang. TO
FORGET: K. L.'s adventures, morning
afters. King's, winks, P. night 1/28/72,
rip offs, various trees, buttercups, etc.,
etc. FUTURE PLANS: To find hap-
piness and become a successful radi-
Steve, Hip, Frito
ACTIVITIES: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4;
Chess Club 2, 3, 4. TO REMEMBER:
My long hair, being called "Hip",
traveling to New York, Junior Skip
Day. TO FORGET: French, joke telling,
all my classes. FUTURE PLANS: Study
law, travel, and have fun the rest of
William B. Darling
TO REMEMBER: The stories before
lunch in Mr. H's science class, Mr. M's
English Class and his student teacher,
the day Mrs. Z. told us she was preg-
nant — right after we had studied sexual
reproduction, M's second period crum
bum English Class. TO FORGET: The
day I said "Hi!" to Mr. Garret, Mr. J's
classes. FUTURE PLANS: To go to law
school, own my own business.
ACTIVITIES: J.V. Show 3; Patrons
Drive 3. TO REMEMBER: Not being
daring enough to do the things D. F.
and C. K. did, the ski trips, "timing it
right", 9/15/72, rides to North Wil-
mington with D. F. TO FORGET: Sen-
ior Skip Day in junior year, certain
parties, my freshman year, Junior sleep-
out, J.V. Show. FUTURE PLANS: To
become a secretary, to learn to ski.
ACTIVITIES: Spring track 1; Soccer 1,
2, 3, Capt. 4; Winter track 1, 2; Work
1, 2, 3, 4; Athletic Committee 4; Jr.
sleep-out. TO REMEMBER: 72 Soccer
Champs, getting caught by Carol,
Hawaii, All-star Soccer team, Jr. sleep
out, Beach Boys concert, partying, B. C.,
M. W. TO FORGET: Back to back
parties at my house, Fred, Bernie, boring
classes, strict study halls. FUTURE
PLANS: Going cross country on my
750, become rich and retire at the age
ACTIVITIES: Football 1; Patrons Drive
1, 2, 3, 4; J.V. Show. TO REMEMBER:
Glen Road after J.V. Show with R. L.,
K. M., K. H., R. J., in French, counting
cars in Miss B's room, fighting it out
with Mr. Lynch. TO FORGET: Many
people and things that I'd rather not
mention, phone calls from a well known
friend. FUTURE PLANS: To get my
duck back and live happily ever after.
Roberta Lee Del Rossi
ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 3, 4; Yearbook
4. TO REMEMBER: My first ski trip,
"Are you 21?", Weekend at Dianes,
Junior Skip Day, Mr. Shierre's Classes,
Driving D. P. home in the fog and
ending up in a swamp, '64 Chevy,
Trying to beat D. R. in Type III,
"Sarah", Going to China, "Secure",
"Luvies". TO FORGET: Working at
the Public Library, Mrs. G., Avon
Calling, D. W. Wobniar, stalling in
the middle of the street. FUTURE
PLANS: To become Medical Secretary.
TO REMEMBER: Louise, Junior Skip
Day, the zoo, the gang, Friday nights
at Cote's, Betty C, skipping over Mazz's,
a certain "62" Nova, a ripple on that
Nova's fender. The N.I.S. parking lot,
Mrs. S., the old drafting class for 4
years, Mrs. Z's Biology class, our group
Night Shift. TO FORGET: Algebra II,
school lunches, morning exercises, the
hike from the student parking lot
FUTURE PLANS: Get out in the world
and make money.
ACTIVITIES: Science Club 3, Math
League 2. TO REMEMBER: Having
teachers say "Are you sure you aren't
a freshman?" for 4 straight years. TO
FORGET: 'Triendly, you bet we are".
FUTURE PLANS: Attend Salem State
ACTIVITIES: High School Peer Group
3, 4. TO REMEMBER: Gate crashing
at Wingaesheek beach, the hill, the
"Wcslo", Carol, Cindy, Sally, Gary S.,
black boots, and the gang, smoking.
FUTURE PLANS: To find what 1 want
to do in life and to go to Japan with
Janet E. DiBella
ACTIVITIES: Riding Club 2; Ski Club
3; Arts and Crafts 1; J.V. Show. TO
REMEMBER: Meeting Bob, Junior
Skip Day, 6/7/70, finally getting my
10 speed, all my great friends, being
on skis for the first time at Okemo,
going to the Mall that day. TO FOR-
GET: Coming home from Plum Island,
breaking down with Bob, Deb and
Snooky. FUTURE PLANS: Moving to
the country, becoming a model or secre-
tary, owning a corvette that would leave
Bob in the dust.
Donna Marie Dorval
ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 3, 4; J. V.
Show; Yearbook Committee; Patrons
Drive 3. TO REMEMBER. "Are you
21", Weekend at Dianes', Junior Variety
Show, my first ski trip, 1972 football
season. Old Orchard '72, Junior Skip
Day, #76, Secure. TO FORGET: Turn-
ing red, sophomore roller skating party,
that one night with B. M., L. H., J. C,
and E. R., and "Sarah". FUTURE
PLANS: Become an elementary teacher
and maybe someday travel abroad.
ACTIVITIES: Science Club -1, 2, 3, 4;
Secretary 2; Newspaper 3, 4, Co-editor
Math League 2, 3, 4; N.H.S. 3, 4;
Field Hockey 1; Chess Club 2. TO
REMEMBER: "Our gang", ML, PW;
the raincoat, JH, the Christmas parties,
"swimming," Outward Bound trip, NY
and "Lucy Dying", Boston trip and my
stupid learners and "a teeny-weeny bit
crazy." TO FORGET: My junior year,
the "Shadow", King Rat and math.
FUTURE PLANS: College and hap-
ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 1. TO RE-
MEMBER: Cranes Beach, here comes the
sun, Kancamangus with Will, sunset
series, British Columbia, L.W.S.F., sum-
mer of 1970. TO FORGET: Youth Cen-
ter, school lunches. FUTURE PLANS:
To be happy, to make others happy, to
live in the country.
ACTIVITIES: Business Club 2. TO
REMEMBER: M. M. falling down stairs
at B. A., Junior Skip Day, my last year
at W.H.S., the W.H.S. hockey games.
TO FORGET: School lunches, home-
work, tests, May 20, 1972, job at
cheapest place in town. FUTURE
PLANS: Go to Europe, be a secretary.
ACTIVITIES: Peer Group 3, 4; Family
Living Committee 2, 3, 4; Birdwatching
2. TO REMEMBER: Pat Gagnon. TO
FORGET: My marks. FUTURE PLANS:
Nancy Lee Dukeman
ACTIVITIES: Travel Club 4. TO RE-
MEMBER: Senior prom,, trip with
Travel Club, weekends in Southie, Mr.
K.'s yelling in corridor. TO FORGET:
October, 1972. FUTURE PLANS: To
become a secretary, get married and
have a family.
Sharon L. Dukus
ACTIVITIES: Art Club 3; Government
Forum 4. TO REMEMBER: One week
in Maine with Peter, the pond in the
woods beside the school, Kikie Kulon,
11 Nassau. TO FORGET: BG. FU-
TURE PLANS: Getting a place in Ver-
mont with Peter, going to Art School
to study ceramics.
Virginia M. Ellis
ACTIVITIES: Folk Music 2, 3. TO RE-
MEMBER: Going steady with Joe
Harris. TO FORGET: Splitting my
pants in history when I was a junior.
FUTURE PLANS: Marriage to Joe
ACTIVITIES: Cross Country 1; Drama
Club 2, 3, 4; Photography Club 3, 4;
German Club 3, 4, President; Wildcat
4; Senior Class Play; Patrons Drive;
N.H.S. 4. TO REMEMBER: Mrs.
Lewis' German classes, Drafting classes,
Decisions in Living classes, trip to
Germany. TO FORGET: Algebra and
Analysis tests. FUTURE PLANS: I
would like to help others.
TO REMEMBER: Meeting new friends.
TO FORGET: Everything about study-
ing, teachers and books. FUTURE
PLANS: I want to become a nurse.
TO REMEMBER: Carl, parties at my
house, the party at John Haven's house,
9/2/72, Godspell, Jesus Christ Super-
star, Pier 4, Moody Blues, my Mickey
Mouse ears, skipping school in my
junior year, the day Barny got teed-off
about an article Marty, Carrie and I
wrote in the Wildcat but it got results.
TO FORGET: My freshman year, Doug
D., Steve, Eddie, Dwight, Mark, etc. FU-
TURE PLANS: Emery School of Busi-
ness, a free-lance court stenographer.
ACTIVITIES: Basketball 1; Spring track
2; Science club 3; Chess 3, 4; Winter
track 4. TO REMEMBER: Mrs. Bell
taking a tantrum over the bomb scares.
TO FORGET: Having homework on
the weekends. FUTURE PLANS: Pos-
sibly teaching history.
Nancy J. Ferguson
ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 2, 3, 4;
Softball 2, 4; Gymnastics 2; Tennis 3;
NHS 3, Treas. 4; Yearbook Tri-editor 4.
TO REMEMBER: Summer of 71, JC,
Paris, Gardener's Cove, (BS)^, "ocean",
JK, ML and KL and their drunken
father, math class and party. TO FOR-
GET: Nov. 27, pancakes, '69-'70.
FUTURE PLANS: College, social work.
ACTIVITIES: Spectator sports 2; Travel
Club Vice Pres. 4; Arts and Crafts 3.
TO REMEMBER: Johns, M. L., D. P.,
M. B., D. P., breaking into J. M. locker,
W.A.L.T., D. C, Home Ec. I. TO
FORGET: Gym class, Elizabeth, term
tests, Mark N. FUTURE PLANS: Phy-
sical therapist assistant or pediatrics.
Sandra J. Ferrera
ACTIVITIES: Travel club. It was great.
Mrs. Gershon was funny. Washington
D.C. is a big place for 20 girls. TO
REMEMBER: Feb. 1969 when I met
a special person and had a great time.
TO FORGET: Fights with Steve, being
in the Wilmington HS at lunch time.
FUTURE PLANS: Graduate, get mar-
ried, have a good job and a happy life.
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TO REMEMBER: Oct. 10, 1970, K. B.,
Friday nights at M. C, dating J. F., May
9, 1972, Lee's apartment, C. S. parties.
TO FORGET: A certain person, Jan. 3,
1972, Type 11 class. FUTURE PLANS:
Marry John and be happy, graduate,
have children, have a good job.
Stanley J. Fielding
ACTIVITIES: Chess Club 1, 2, 3, 4;
Science Club 1, 2; Yearbook 4; Class
Photographer 2, 3, 4. TO REMEMBER:
The Explosion, Mr. Kelley — his jokes
and stories. TO FORGET: Two years of
Mr. Lynch, Chem ll's experiments. FU-
TURE PLANS: Probably Northeastern
ACTIVITIES: Baseball 1, 3; Rod and
Gun Club 3, 4 (Trophy winner); J.V
Show; Chess Club 3. TO REMEMBER-
J.V. Show. TO FORGET: Losing 1st
place trophy in Rod and Gun, will get
it this year. FUTURE PLANS: Audio-
ACTIVITIES: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey
1, 2. TO REMEMBER: Salisbury, Joe
Banana's Submarine fleet, target practice
in Room 103. TO FORGET: Mrs.
Seidler's English Class, Soodla's Sand-
box, Band Concerts.
Donna L. Freeman
ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 1, 2, 3;
Basketball 1, 2; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4;
Newspaper 3, 4; Editor; N.H.S. 4; J.V.
Show; Yearbook. TO REMEMBER: Pat,
Linda, Marg, Kory, Friends, "Wein-
burg gang". Sat. night bowling, Rudolf,
1st period Math, "private parties", "close
to my heart". TO FORGET: "chicken
legs", my "co-editor", M. V. C. bench-
warmer. FUTURE PLANS: College,
Sally E. Frost
ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 1, 2; Soft-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; J.V.
Show; Ski Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Ski Team
4, Pres. TO REMEMBER: Muggzie,
bomb scares, Casey, Butler's garden
glove, Shlitz, Tango, Lefties, Garold
Barrett Ski Day. TO FORGET: Bridge-
ton and the men in blue. Gym!!!.
Getting caught cheating, I just can't
win. FUTURE PLANS; Just live in
Maine and ski.
ACTIVITIES: J.V. Show; Patron's
Drive. TO REMEMBER: Ski trips,
B. W., sneaks to lunch with L. M., jr.
year, Student Government Day fire
alarm, sneaking out — 8/18/72 with
C. K., rides to North Wilmington with
S. D. TO FORGET: certain parties, 3rd
term "absence" from Chemistry Jr. year,
beige Volkswagon, Senior Skip Day
Jr. year. FUTURE PLANS: To graduate
and be successful in whatever I attempt.
ACTIVITIES: Art 1, 2, 3, 4; Cooking
1; Sewing 2. TO REMEMBER: My
brother John and Jan. 31, 1968, M. L.'s
Mustang and all the trouble we got into
and M. L. parties, art class, 3 and 4 with
M. C, P. M., and M. W. TO FORGET:
2/21/70 and a certain person, Jr. year
at Summer School, 2 years of going out
with a certain person. FUTURE
PLANS: to graduate from W.H.S., to
travel and maybe someday be married.
"Let no one despise your youth, but set
the believers an example in speech and
conduct, in love, in faith, in purity."
ACTIVITIES: Student Government
Planning Board 2, 3, 4, Secretary;
Drama Club 3; Senior Class Play 4;
Junior Variety Show 3. TO REMEM-
BER: Archie, Felix, Chem 1, reading
Miss S's love notes. Student Govern-
ment Day, Durgen Park, J.V. Show,
cast parties. Senior Class Play rehearsals,
W. C. TO FORGET: Liz, some teach-
ers who think they know it all. FU-
TURE PLANS: I plan to further my
education, and be a success in whatever
ACTIVITIES: Folk Music 3; J.V. Show
3. TO REMEMBER: Good times on
hippie hill and beating the system, hav-
ing Mr. Kelly for two years and devel-
oping good reflexes. TO FORGET: Wil-
mington High and most of its con-
tents, especially "Uncle Al" Fessenden
(When will the funny farm take him
back?) FUTURE PLANS: To win the
million dollar lottery, buy a '72 cor-
vette, own California, and become
ACTIVITIES: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. TO
REMEMBER: Sippin' frosties down the
high school, Barry, Jack, Rick, Mike,
Tony, Jimmy, Mopar FUTURE PLANS:
Skindiver for Joe App.
ACTIVITIES: Band 2, 3, 4; Track Man-
ager 1,3; Senior Class Play 3, 4; Drama
Club 3, 4; Faculty Play Director 3;
Student Government 2, 3, 4; "Friends"
3; Wildcat 3, 4. TO REMEMBER:
Drama Club, The Kite, Helena, Puck
"and, other famous people", band
routines, Charlie Brown. TO FORGET:
DeMoulas, Algebra II with Mr. Kelley,
Miss Jackson, all the hassles the office
gave us. FUTURE PLANS: Attend col-
lege with a major in journalism.
Franklin J. Giannotti
ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 4. TO RE-
MEMBER: Biology, hiding from the
teachers in the halls, Soodla's Sandbox,
Joe Bananas. TO FORGET: Junior and
Senior English, schedule changes, lunch
ladies, walking to the student parking
lot, I'm sincere about this. FUTURE
PLANS: To go to college and major in
either management or plastics.
Florence M. Gigliotti
ACTIVITIES: Work Study. TO RE-
MEMBER: The Broads, J. R., C. T.,
D. J., and M. G., Thanksgiving week-
end 1970, Rest Well, October 31, 1972,
Salisbury with the girls and Norman,
R and J, Mr. Grecoe, working at Wil-
mington Ford, Kevin. TO FORGET:
Freshman studies, my grades, dumb
speeches for Mr. Grecoe. FUTURE
PLANS: Hopefully airline school and
eventually settling down with the right
guy and starting a family.
ACTIVITIES: Football 3, 4; Hockey 2.
TO REMEMBER: Junior sleepout, prac-
tice, Bob's class, J. T., all those reports
— finished and unfinished. TO FOR-
GET: The lunches, the stupid rules,
my pals in the office, senior English.
FUTURE PLANS: To have a good
ACTIVITIES: Band 1; Newspaper 1
Ed. 2; Softball 2; Girls Track 3, 4
Graphic Arts 3; Future Teachers 3
Patrons Drive 3, 4; Yearbook 4. TO
REMEMBER: Big Daddy/Fat Cat,
Beach Boys Concert, New England
Dragway, '61 Chevy, A. A. A., Tuesday
drunks at A.A.A.'s, Little Uncle, all
my friends, Ma, New York trip. Jr.
Skip Day, basketball practices. TO FOR-
GET: White pants and cap guns. Lion's
Club. FUTURE PLANS: College, teach
ACTIVITIES: Business 2; walking the
hallways; IV^ hour lunches. TO RE-
MEMBER: My Father's Moustache,
1950's party. Dietetics, John Kerry's
Campaign, Karen, Kim, Marg, Mary,
Carol, Carol, Marie. TO FORGET: Ail
my years at Wilmington High School.
FUTURE PLANS: Going on to school,
haven't decided what I want to do.
ACTIVITIES: Business Club 1; Year-
book 4. TO REMEMBER: Summer of
'72, Gerry, laundromat, Drive-in with
Debby, Dee-Dee, Sue, Survey with Mary,
Braves with Elena. TO FORGET: Junior
year, the whole school. FUTURE
PLANS: To help people.
ACTIVITIES: Cross Country 1; Chess
Club 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 4; Senior Class
Play; Chess Team 3, 4. TO' FORGET:
Mr. Krey's Chem. II classes and triads.
FUTURE PLANS: Ski instructor, archi-
tect or physicist.
TO REMEMBER: Bomb scares, interms,
1336, my moldy gym suit, Dicey's lec-
tures, the beeries, SG, industrial design,
and Sue. TO FORGET: Lunches, the
beeries, my sophomore year, French,
the Swedish box, Mondays. FUTURE
PLANS: Getting into architecture or
Stephen A. Gustus
ACTIVITIES: Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4;
Winter Track 1, 3, 4; Basketball 2,
Manager; Spring Track 1, 3, 4. TO
REMEMBER: Hampton Beach, Albany,
8/26/71, Track, being little good at
Sports in general. TO FORGET: French
of any kind, track practices. FUTURE
PLANS: To be a statistician for a
sports broadcasting program, to be
Janis H. Halpin
ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 1; Science
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; NHS 3, 4; Bible Study
3, 4; Wildcat 3; Chess Club 2; Year-
book 4; Math League 3, 4; Volleyball 3.
TO REMEMBER: Ted, "Betsy," star
gazing, the "Wizard," "King Rat,"
"down the up-escalator," "our gang,"
Trip to France- — '"oo-la-la!", our surgical
table and "Link." TO FORGET: Rain-
coats or umbrellas, losing tickets.
FUTURE PLANS: To help others as
Ralph E. Halpin
ACTIVITIES: Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4;
Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4; Indoor and
Outdoor Track 1,2, 3, 4; Ecology Club
3, 4; Key Club 4; Debating 2. TO
REMEMBER: All the nice kids and
teachers. TO FORGET: Math. FU-
TURE PLANS: I'm not sure.
ACTIVITIES; Majorettes 2, 3, 4, Capt.;
J.V. Show; Girls' Track; Patron's Drive.
TO REMEMBER: 'buddies', bananas,
the log with K. G., A. C. and K. L.,
sleepout, parties, especially K. L.'s and
S. M.'s, close friends, certain teachers,
my Chem partner. TO FORGET:
Friendships that didn't last. FUTURE
PLANS: Hopefully to work with men-
tally retarded or emotionally ill, but to
always feel peaceful and secure.
Joseph F. Harris
Blue, Joe, Ho.
ACTIVITIES: Folk Music 2, 3. TO
REMEMBER: Going steady with Jean
Ellis, sneaking away from school with
Jean and not getting caught. TO FOR-
GET: The day I took off from school
and got Jean a new pair of pants
because she split her pants in history.
FUTURE PLANS: Making the best
home I can for my Jeanie.
ACTIVITIES: Majorettes 2, 3, 4; Ski
Club; J.V. Show; Patrons Drive 3, 4.
TO REMEMBER: C.Y.O. ski trips, my
friends, common, summer of 70, K. K.,
T.S.H., Mancini's (the troops) Sally's
parties, Hampton, Salisbury, G. 'W.,
studies. TO FORGET: Sundays, Satur-
day morning practices, 5-10, Bedford
V. A., Sully, backstabbers. FUTURE
PLANS: To be rich and happy.
ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Base-
ball 1; Junior Variety Show 3. TO
REMEMBER: J.V. show, tracks, sopho-
more year, common, Calias, Maine,
Y. C, senior prom, Dairy Queen, Wes-
son, my friends, graduation, weekends,
the hill. TO FORGET: Soccer 4, sum-
mer '72, Calias, loud girls, gym, walk-
ing to school, WHS, phony people, no
choice over this picture, writing all
this down. FUTURE PLANS: to be
happy, to major in Ind. Design.
ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 3; Asst.
Manager; Ski Club 2. TO REMEMBER:
The beach with B. M., E. B. and D.C.
Dance with J. C, D. D., B. M., and
E. R., Drew, Jeanine jumping out, ski-
ing Killington, Brown Sugar with S. M.
and D. H. TO FORGET: Train with
M. D. and J. D., my car, freshman
year, and A & A rest, everything ]. D.,
M. D., and G. G. did together. FUTURE
PLANS: Hope to work little but enjoy
Sharon Ann Haynes
ACTIVITIES: Business Club 2; Travel
Club 4, Treasurer. TO REMEMBER:
B. M. parties, "Gay 90's meet the
Swinging 70's" (Your Father's mus-
tache); Travel Club activities. TO FOR-
GET: freshman year, J. D. FUTURE
PLANS: To go into the field of music
sometime — otherwise going to be a
communications secretary, a trip to
ACTIVITIES: Basketball 1, 2; Field
Hockey 1; J.V. Show; Student Govern-
ment 3, 4; Concert Choir 3, 4; N.H.S.
3, 4; Student Council 3, 4; Family
Living Committee 2, 3, 4. TO REMEM-
BER: Halloween 70, Wayne, M and
M's, water fall, PEI, b-r-e-a-d, Cal, spaz,
singing cakes, #1 soccer team, Ogunquit,
Pink Bomb, camp and our kids, weird
G. C, G. S., L. M., Marcus, Cuz, S. C,
London. TO FORGET: Math, Super 6,
French skits, "brain", 12/29/69, braces,
biology butchers FUTURE PLANS:
Travel, work with handicapped kids.
TO REMEMBER: 1971, the hill, cruis-
ing with Willy, the skunks, J. R., J. J.,
lesbo. Traffic concert. TO FORGET:
Nothing. FUTURE PLANS: To go to
school and travel all over the world —
live in Switzerland.
ACTIVITIES: Business Club 2; Psy-
chic Phenomena Club 3. TO REMEM-
BER: Business Club field trip to Lynn.
TO FORGET: Nothing. FUTURE
PLANS: Going on to school for writing
and moving to New Hampshire.
ACTIVITIES: Work Study 1, 2, 3. TO
REMEMBER: February 21, 1972, J. R.'s
Parties, Old Orchard, Fun with my
friends, J. R., P. K., D. J., B. C,
Kenny, Paragon Park, my mother. TO
FORGET: Mr. Greece's English class,
"My Lemons". FUTURE PLANS: Be-
ing happy, getting a good job, for once
getting a good car, get married.
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ACTIVITIES; Ski Club 3, 4. TO RE-
MEMBER: Junior skip day, sneaking
to MacDonald's for lunch during study,
football and hockey games. TO FOR-
GET: The dumb substitutes, oral re-
ports. FUTURE PLANS: Continue
school for two years.
TO REMEMBER: The hill, Mrs. Ger-
shon's class and Mr. Shiere's class. TO
FORGET: Nothing. FUTURE PLANS:
To continue being myself and to make
the best out of whatever comes my way,
to travel through Europe.
TO REMEMBER: Snodgrass, Junior
Skip Day, blue pickup, beer-pit, tracks,
Saturday night parties, "Get out of
town". Plum Island, P. M.'s house,
August 29, 1972, $25, white Buicks
and Mazz., English with Mr. Joyce,
Green VW, oak tree, Gorilla Gary,
Mytron gang, Salisbury beach, Mike's
cooler, "almost 17". TO FORGET:
Senior English, Mr. Kelly's Algebra II,
red '65 Chev., Spanish II (twice),
tequila. FUTURE PLANS: Bum around.
ACTIVITIES: Majorettes 2, 3, 4; Gym-
nastics 2, 3. TO REMEMBER: Man-
cinis, Jim, Dan, Charl, Macks, RH, FB,
Field day, games with BS, RD, CK,
GW, Ski trips, breaking JP's thumb,
the common, KK, parties, going mental
on Sundays, Friday nights, 1971 Sum-
mer, Deb's room. School Dances, motor-
cycle accident, Xmas and NY's Party
at Mancini's. TO FORGET: Mr.
Garrett, Barney, Mrs. Gershon, Deten-
tion. FUTURE PLANS: To become a
secretary and live by the ocean.
ACTIVITIES: Basketball cheering 1, 2;
Football cheering 3, 4; Class secretary
3, 4; J.V. Show; Ski Club 3, 4; Year-
book 4. TO REMEMBER: Cheering,
Mac trucks, fat cows, routine, 23, 64,
friends, cavanogs, bg's, 7 hours, prom
'72, Killington, bananas, boat show,
Bonjour to S. D., 12/19/71, J. G. "Are
you 21?", Diane, gum man. TO FOR-
GET: Freshman year, clerical, cheering
ACTIVITIES: Math League 1, 3. 4;
Science Club 2, 3, 4; Art Club 3; News-
paper 3; N.H.S. 4; Yearbook 4; Dental
Clinic 1, 4. TO REMEMBER: "Our
Gang", Christmas trees and parties,
Halloween, SHEK, stargazing and "the
Wizard", soccer games, B. H. and
M and M's, water-skiing, J. H. TO
FORGET: "King Rat" and Math (2
years), French skits, buses, waitrcssing
at banquets. FUTURE PLANS: Nurs-
Charles E. Mopar, Mopar
TO REMEMBER: Skipping Chuck
Keller's class for 3 months without
getting caught, Winkie the Kid, Wooly,
Hampton Beach with Winkie, Howser,
Wooly. TO FORGET: Karen B.'s Party
with Winkie, W.H.S.'s school lunches.
FUTURE PLANS: Own a Vette, stay
single for a while, drop a form on Pee
ACTIVITIES: BHS National Honor So-
ciety 1, 2; Yearbook 4. TO REMEM-
BER: 5' high plants, bowling with
maranara, BHS, WHS and RHS,
Halloween 70, the apartment week-ends
in Maine. TO FORGET: All the hassles,
moving every year, junior year, FU-
TURE PLANS: Get married, live in a
log cabin, and change the world.
ACTIVITIES: Math League 2, 3, 4;
Key Club 3, 4, Secretary; Science Club
1, 2, 3, 4; Wildcat 3, 4; Spring Track
1; Cross-country 1, 2, 3. TO REMEM-
BER: English Independent Study, my
English project movie, "Detonation
Earth". TO FORGET: The day the
chem lab went BOOM with me in it.
FUTURE PLANS: College.
Mary Lou Kazmaier
ACTIVITIES: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Student
Council 1; Choir 1, 4; UAHS cub Club
1; Charm Club 2; GAA 1; WHI 2, 3;
Orchestra 1. TO REMEMBER: friends,
Ann's locker. TO FORGET: You name
it! FUTURE PLANS; College.
Barbara- Jo Kelly
ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 2; J.V. Show 3;
Majorettes 4. TO REMEMBER: Hamp-
ton, Frank's parties, 11/21/71, CYO
ski trip, Ireland with Bunny, Sally's PJ
party. Junior sleep out, talks with Jan,
Heaven Scent, Scoop, Junior class trip
that never was, Friday nights, Junior
class party at high school parking lot,
spying with Maureen and Marcia, my
friends. TO FORGET: Bad memories
and the corrupt school system. FUTURE
PLANS: working in the airlines, travel-
ACTIVITIES: JV Show 3. TO RE-
MEMBER: 8/11/72 and Lee, 11:09,
Feb. 71 and Jackie, sneaking out with
DF, 8/18/72, WSS, JB in English,
Student Gov't Day, 3/17/72, ski trips.
TO FORGET: Senior skip day my Tr.
year, beige Volkswagon, The Tracks,
Banana Man, ski lift, Baley, SW and
underwear. FUTURE PLANS: To
graduate and to go through with my
ACTIVITIES: Business Club 2; Knitting
2; Arts and Crafts 3; Ski Club 3. TO
REMEMBER: Freshman English, 71-72
ski trip, O. O. B. Me.-69 and 70 JH,
71 El, 72 DD, PM, JP, my pocketbook
getting wet in the girl's room. TO
FORGET: French 1, Mr. E's history
class, falling down the bus stairs as a
freshman. FUTURE PLANS: Further
my education, buy a car, go to O.O'.B.
every weekend, travel, be happy in
whatever 1 do.
ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 1. TO RE-
MEMBER: October 27, 1970, Skipdays,
Weekends, Business Courses, June 73-
TO FORGET: Getting hit with a milk
carton at first lunch. FUTURE PLANS:
Hairdressing school, Secretarial work,
marry T. S.
ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 3, 4; Yearbook
4; Arts and Crafts 3; Varsity Softball 2.
TO REMEMBER: K. B. E. always
H. H., "Rolling Stones" Concert in
Boston, D. S. and the Cape, Tacos. TO
FORGET: Most of the teachers, French
2, Zoo storv in Miss Chipman's class.
FUTURE PLANS: Go to college, ma-
joring in Art Ed., then disappear.
ACTIVITIES: Tennis 1; Math League
2; Drama Club 2; Newspaper 3, 4;
National Honor Society 3. Secretary 4;
Senior Class Play 4; Yearbook 4. TO
REMEMBER: 5 meetings a week, Sum-
mer of '71, (BS)'*, "ocean", adagio con
brio, "RuufT"; jogging, M and D, Bos-
ton every Saturday, p-and-j picnics
TO FORGET: Twiggy, Russian, T. P.,
The Bus StoD: T. W. Inc., The Super 6
FUTURE PLANS: to live forever, pro-
gress in the ministry, get a good job.
ACTIVITIES: Majorettes 2, 3; Ski Club
1; J.V. Show. TO REMEMBER: Blaise,
candy kiss, CYO Ski Trips, common, yo
yipper, Summer "72", Mr. Hartnet,
Dec. 12, 1969, Kank, the hill, and all
my good friend.s. TO FORGET: W.H.S.,
Saturday morning practices, "school
lunches". Youth Center, Fittscibben,
and Steno. FUTURE PLANS: To be
ACTIVITIES: Yearbook 4. TO RE-
MEMBER: Dale M., Martie M., Amy,
and Carol, Lynn Beach, June 16, 1971,
June 9, 1972, "Bobby". TO FORGET:
September 20, 1972. FUTURE PLANS:
Go to college — teach the deaf.
Susanna H. Krey
ACTIVITIES: Student Council 2, 3;
Vice Pres. 2, 3; Science Club treas. 2,
3, 4; National Honor Society pres. 3,
4; Bible Study 3, 4; Science Fairs;
Yearbook Staff; Tennis; Concert Choir
3, 4. TO REMEMBER: Science Club,
parties, Kreymobile, 226, caroling. King
Rat, Mr. Joyce, bites, grammar with
Mrs. Aldrich, Deutsch III, U.S. Hist.,
C. M., and the gang. TO FORGET:
Math tests. FUTURE PLANS: To share
happiness with others.
ACTIVITIES: Business Club 2; Ski
Club 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Patron's Drive
3, 4. TO REMEMBER: My sister Kathy,
"Kal", J.V. Show, the tracks, Sally's
parties, this year and last year soccer
games, 72-73, football games. Ma Cote,
mountain climbing with Frogg, Friday
nights at Mary's, 10/31/70, 8/23/70,
Gill's ski trips. TO FORGET: 10/4/71,
4 years at W.H.S. FUTURE PLANS:
To find the right guy and get married,
ACTIVITIES: Math League 1, 3, 4
French Club treas. 2; Science Club 4
NHS 4; Yearbook 4; Bible Study 3
Creative Sewing 3; Costumes and ad
vertising for Senior Class Play 4. TO
REMEMBER: Summer 72, King Rat,
Math League, friends, rolling skating.
TO FORGET: Sophomore English, my
braces, Mrs. Seidler's cats. FUTURE
PLANS: Major in Biology Research at
Southeastern Mass. University.
ACTIVITIES: Nurse's Club 1; Future
Teachers Club 1; Gymnastics Intra-
murals 2; Junior Variety Show. TO
REMEMBER: Trying to pass Mr.
Kelley's Algebra II class and not suc-
ceeding, Chris, all my friends. TO
FORGET: term papers, any arguments
that I had with Chris. FUTURE
PLANS: Getting a job, teaching the
handicapped W/o, going on to college,
traveling, and getting married.
ACTIVITIES: Business Club 1. TO RE-
MEMBER: Mrs. Gearty finding $20 of
mine, the Class of "73". TO FORGET:
Tests, oral reports. FUTURE PLANS:
Get married and raise a family.
ACTIVITIES: Peer Group 3, 4. TO
REMEMBER: Yellow truck, homoge-
neous people, sophomore party, raisins
in the toilet, our tree, ski trips. TO
FORGET: Weekends in Wilmington,
fences, poison ivy, the book I wrote.
ACTIVITIES: Football 1, 3. TO RE-
MEMBER: Carol, the good times we
had on McGondel's porch on a summer
day, Kancamangas Highway and going
to a friend's camp in New Hampshire.
TO FORGET: The time I got jumped
by 3 Puerto Ricans and they took my
donuts, the time I got into an accident
with my brother's car. FUTURE
PLANS: To take up air conditioning
and refrigeration after graduation.
TO REMEMBER; The airport and
Gary's van. Little Boy Blue, the skunk
and the drive-in. Statics, S. F.'s parties,
S.S.N. B.F., Sarah Street. TO FORGET:
Floods, the Red Sea.
ACTIVITIES: Basketball cheerleading 1,
2, 3, captain; Ski Club 1, 2; J.V. Show;
Prom Committee. TO REMEMBER:
Mark '72 Senior Prom, the common,
studies, my friends, Sally's parties,
7/9/71, Y. C, Halloween, ski trips. TO
FORGET: "My broken leg". Freshman,
Those Back Stabbcrs, Salem.
ACTIVITIES: Junior Variety Show;
Yearbook 4. TO REMEMBER: Mr.
Grecoe's English Class, Get to class!
TO FORGET: Bomb scares. FUTURE
PLANS: Go to college and become a
physical or speech therapist.
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Michele H. Lombard
ACTIVITIES: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4;
Math League 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club
2, 3, 4; Newspaper 3; NHS 3, 4;
Yearbook 4; Concert Choir 3; Senior
Class Play; Volleyball Intramurals 2, 3;
Gymnastics and Tennis 1. TO RE-
MEMBER: "Our Gang", PW, M&M
kids, SD, "Get off those ft!", a waiter
in Paris, talks with EL, little books,
Mr. Krey's Funmobile, King Rat, LG,
"Physics Corner', MH, cliff climbing,
NH's pool party, our "operator". TO
FORGET: 1st day at WHS. FUTURE
PLANS: College, travel and finding
ACTIVITIES: Student Gov't 2, 3, 4;
Student Council Vice Pres. 4; Senior
Executive Board 4; Family Living Com-
mittee 2, 3; Basketball; 'Tennis 3; J.V.
Show; Senior Play. TO REMEMBER:
M&M's, our threesome, B-r-e-a-d, the
waterfall, onion rings, (BS)^, Hokum,
singing cakes, Paris, Ogunquit, butter-
bail, allez au diable, hay day, the paper
route TO FORGET: Being the gym
class clod, RS and an orange VW,
braces, the vice, a skiing disaster, kites.
ACTIVITIES: Junior Variety Show;
Arts and Crafts; sports spectators; Work
Study. TO REMEMBER: Mark, D. P.,
p. P., G. F., M. B., W.A.L.T. lunches,
"certain football players", Germany,
M. B.'s parties, skipping, bombscares.
TO FORGET: School, oral reports.
FUTURE PLANS: Getting married, re-
turning to Germany, travel the U.S.
TO REMEMBER: The guys, trying to
get to school on time, my junior year.
TO FORGET: I would like to forget the
failing marks I had. FUTURE PLANS:
to be successful in whatever I do.
ACTIVITIES Football 4. TO RE-
MEMBER: P.O.D. TO FORGET: Foot-
ball practice. FUTURE PLANS: College.
TO REMEMBER: Never getting caught
skipping and Mr. DeGeorge's shop class.
TO FORGET: Crowded corridors, and
people who move too slow. FUTURE
PLANS: To attend a trade school.
ACTIVITIES: Sec. 1; Football cheer-
leading 2, 3, co-capt. 4; Student Council;
Ski Club. TO REMEMBER: 5/6/69,
Chuffy, George and Little Mark, skiing,
friends, shower, 7/16/72, valley news,
N.Y., 16th birthday, Mark Frosh pres.,
workstudy, John's house, Tull, moving
Murphy's, Spooky, Sam. TO FORGET:
Breaking up with M. J. every mo.,
dropped at Andover game, 3 accidents,
dancers, lovely clerical teacher, this
picture, 2/5/73, back-stabbers, J. T.'s
New Years Party, summer school. FU-
TURE PLANS: get a good job, get
ACTIVITIES: Spanish Club 1; Arts
and Crafts 1; Omega 1. TO REMEM-
BER: English 3, 4, Spanish 2, 3. TO
FORGET: U.S. history and my fresh-
man year, finals and the 8:00 bell.
FUTURE PLANS: College and teacher,
of the deaf and speech handicapped.
TO REMEMBER: Helen, being in this
place for 5 years, Helen, Jack, Donna
and all the crazy things we used to do.
TO FORGET: My 2nd year here, Mr.
Garrett and Mr. McMahon. FUTURE
PLANS: To go across country in my
trailer, then get a job doing bodywork
and get married to Helen in a couple
TO REMEMBER: Freshman English
class, when P. K. dropper her pocket
book in the girls room, D. D. and P. K.
in Me, C. M., M. M., S. C. in the
library. TO FORGET: W.H.S. FU-
TURE PLANS: Secretary.
TO REMEMBER: Never being late for
class until I met S. M., my Ford keeping
me away from the activities I wasn't in.
TO FORGET: Mrs. Mindell's senior
English, French II, and all my math
courses. FUTURE PLANS: To become
successful in auto-body work and to
own a ranchero.
ACTIVITIES: Freshman football; Fam-
ily Living Curriculum 2; Peer Group
3, 4; Class '73; Picture Committee 3;
Senior Class Play 4; NHS 4. TO RE-
MEMBER: There are certain people I
won't soon forget. Hopefully they know
who they are. TO FORGET: I can't
remember, I guess I already have.
FUTURE PLANS: Go to college, major
in Psychology, hopefully get a Ph.D.
or become a psychiatrist, write a little.
Margaret A. Markey
ACTIVITIES: J.V. Softball 1; Business
Club 2; Ski Club 3, 4; Patrons Drive 3.
TO REMEMBER: Working for John
Kerry, Kim, Barb, Carol, Marie, Jere,
Bob, Ken, Mary, John, Junior Skip
Day at Nahant Beach with Bobbi, Patti,
Elena, Donna, Jeryl, Gay 90's meet
swinging 70's (Your Fathers Mustache),
hockey game at Boston Arena. TO FOR-
GET: Tests, homework, lunches. FU-
TURE PLANS: Go on to secretarial
ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 2. TO RE-
MEMBER: Junior Sleepout, skipping
over Mazz's, P. I., April 16, '72, a 1964
Malibou. TO FORGET; French II,
Boones Farm Apple, A 1964 Super
Sport, C. R. B. L., Gym class. FUTURE
PLANS: To further my education in
drafting. To make B. D. into B. M.
Linda Marie Marshall
TO REMEMBER: Steve, rice pudding
and Leachmere with flats, comparing
notes with Kathie, lunch-runs and cut-
ting gym with D. F., "Hot Lips",
summertime, the Datsun, and quarts,
7/18/72 and the Stones, L. B., "Three
not two", the missing case. TO FOR-
GET: Steve, clerical, 6/2/72, Fall '71,
the Merrimack, HER. FUTURE PLANS:
To do something that makes sense for
Barbara Jean Maynard
ACTIVITIES: Business Club 2; Travel
Club 3. TO REMEMBER: January 2,
1971, Bermuda, Camping 1972, The
Senior Prom, Fearsome Threesome, The
Gang, "Wally". TO FORGET: Flunk-
ing Shorthand, C. B. and M. C, wreck-
ing a certain fender. FUTURE PLANS:
To marry Jim, get into office work, to
stay happy, visit out WEST.
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ACTIVITIES: Skipping 2, 3, 4. TO
REMEMBER: Junior Skip Day, junior
sleepcut, Cote's House on Friday nights,
my house skip days. TO FORGET:
Sophomore French II, Senior English,
Algebra II. FUTURE PLANS: I'm go-
ing to work but enjoy life while I'm
TO REMEMBER: Mr. Georgian's earth
science class where you could sleep thru
every class and still get an "A" for the
year. TO FORGET: Mr. Fardy's Biology
and Oceanography classes where you had
all you could do to stay awake. FU-
TURE PLANS: Learn mechanics and
a little about lock-smithing.
TO FORGET: How crowded the school
was the last year. FUTURE PLANS: I
will hopefully be a teacher of the
ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 1, 2; Majorettes
J.V. Show. TO REMEMBER: Ski trips
y. c. days, K. K., M. C, Mancinis, par-
tying at Franks, Dave, Summer of '72
the common, long talks with Barb
studies 3, 4, my friends especially B. K.
D. H., T. K., J. D., and my parents —
who did their best. TO FORGET
W.H.S. in general, dietetics — Bedford
V. A. and Maggie, Saturday morning
practices, Sundays 10-8, 3/17/72 CYO
dance, school lunches, U.S. History with
Mr. Fessenden, backstabbcrs and the
Carol Ann McGondel
ACTIVITIES: Travel Club 2, 3; Vice
President. TO REMEMBER: Bermuda,
Washington D.C., Dec. 7, 1971, The
Gang, Prom, Graduation, learning to
drive a standard — 4 speed. The Chevy.
TO FORGET: Accident with my fathers
car, elementary school year, all the
stupid things I did when I was young.
FUTURE PLANS: Visit Hawaii and
Colorado, marry Richie, become a hair-
dresser, learn to cook.
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ACTIVITIES: Hockey 1, 2, 4; Cross
Country 2, 4; Track 1, 2; J.V. Show 3.
TO REMEMBER: All my parties, Anne
and U. Mass, playing in the state tour-
ney, Kevin Nolan, haze'n it in roch's,
"442", Mr. Kelley, getting loaded 2nd
period, my Harley Hog and Brad, snot.
TO FORGET: My junior year, the
youth center, the office. FUTURE
PLANS: Go to college and make tons
ACTIVITIES: Football 4; Basketball 3,
4. TO REMEMBER: Football games,
Sally McGiver's partys, tracks, Mytron.
TO FORGET: Nothing. FUTURE
ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 1, 2, 3,
4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; J.V. Show; Patrons
Drive. TO REMEMBER: A. A. and I
kidnapping D. B., F. M.'s Thanksgiving
Party, Charlie, the common, ski trips,
France, 7/10/71, Killington, Chen, Ali,
and the gang, Friday and Saturday
nights, Center Lodge. TO FORGET: My
freshman year, getting caught, fights
with a certain person FUTURE PLANS:
To go on to school to teach Special Ed.
ACTIVITIES: French Club 2; French
Trip 2; Personal Type 3; Future Teach-
ers 4. TO REMEMBER: Trying to find
a seat at lunch. TO FORGET: Gym
class and French skits. FUTURE
PLANS: To graduate from college and
become a nurse.
The Little Man
ACTIVITIES: Cross Country 1, 2, 3;
Spring Track 1; Winter Track 2; Science
Club 1, 2; Bridge Club 2; Outward
Bound 3; Ski Club 4. TO REMEMBER:
Biology I, the lunch room and every-
body fighting to get on the left side
of the table, Cross Country. TO FOR-
GET: Mostly W.H.S. I'll give you a
FUTURE PLANS: Become a forestry
major in college and try to do my best
in anything I do.
ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4;
J.V. Capt. 2; Field Hockey All-Star 4;
Basketball 1, 2, 3, Manager 4; Softball
1, Manager 2, 4; Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4;
Newspaper 3. TO REMEMBER: Field
Hockey Championship, '7l-'72, Miss
Soodla's Chem. Class, R. B., Pisces,
(BS)'^ staff party in N. H. TO FOR-
GET: giant gym classes, rash, English
speeches. Basketball 4; Softball 3.
FUTURE PLANS: Teach P. E., work
with handicapped kids.
ACTIVITIES: Photography 4; Chess
Club 2; Rod and Gun Club 2; News-
paper 3. TO REMEMBER: December 6,
1970, skipping school with C. V. and
A. F., the boys at the beach, the dead
dog that was alive, looking for C. H.
in Arlington, lighting a mattress on
fire, hiding in A. F.'s house, the party
when A. F.'s mother was in the hospital,
R. B.'s PJ party, Boston, queers on the
train, Tewks. Senior Prom, Mark wait-
ing for me at the bus stop. FUTURE
PLANS: To become a bum with Mark.
ACTIVITIES: Jr. and Sr. U.C.Y. 1967-
73 Treasurer and President. TO RE-
MEMBER: Great men like Mr. Scanlon,
Dr. Callahan, and Mr. Kelley, the birth-
day parties and discussions with my
lunch friends. TO FORGET: How I
socially messed up my freshman year,
I'm sorry D. C. (Professor Irwin) and
others, homerooms, and waiting for
marks on tests. FUTURE PLANS: To
find out what the Lord plans for me,
and to try to be a good friend to a lot
of people. I want to make people smile.
ACTIVITIES: Baseball 1, 2, 4; Ski
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Trips to Switzerland
and France 3, 4; J.V. Show 3; Patron's
Committee 3, 4. TO REMEMBER:
Trips to Europe, J.V. Show, D. J., Mr.
Lynch's math classes, Halloween of
19^0, Adventures of Dartmouth. TO
FORGET: Ski trips to Enchanted,
R.E.D., English 12. FUTURE PLANS:
College, majoring in math and science,
like to stay and live in New England.
Kimba, Physical Phil, Stretch
ACTIVITIES: Football 1, 3; Basketball
2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3.
TO REMEMBER: Stepped on Fred's
toes with cleats on. TO FORGET: Fred
Bellissimo, David Anderson. FUTURE
PLANS: Play sports and to become an
TO REMEMBER: Biology I, Soodla's
Sandbox, U.S. History's Submarine
Fleet. TO FORGET: Cafeteria lunch
lines, Algebra I. FUTURE PLANS:
Enter college for Accounting.
Cheryl A. Murphy
ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 3, 4; Bas-
ketball Cheering 3; Pier Group 3, 4;
Basketball 4; Softball 2; J.V. Show 3.
TO REMEMBER: S. M. parties, L. C,
ski trips, common, J.V. Show, (New
Year's "72"), sophomore year (My
friends), Tull. TO FORGET: Freshman
year, those backstabbers, Peter, my first
time skiing. FUTURE PLANS: To be-
come a nurse and be happy.
James J. Murphy
ACTIVITIES: Cross Country 1; Winter
Track 3 (co-captain); Spring Track 2;
Ski Club 3. TO FORGET: Mr. Fes-
senden's History Class. FUTURE
ACTIVITIES: Cross Country 2, 3, 4;
Indoor Track 2, 3, 4; Spring Track 1,
2, 3, 4. TO REMEMBER: Things flying
around cafe. TO FORGET: Algebra
and Geometry classes, "I can make you
or break you". FUTURE PLANS: None.
ACTIVITIES: Baseball 1; Basketball 1,
2, 3, 4; Soccer 2; Football 1, 4; J.V.
Show. TO REMEMBER: Hanging
around with Donny and George, thumb-
ing to Hampton, junior sleepout, J.V.
Show, long hair and Meryl, Summer of
72. TO FORGET: Hanging around
with Donny and George, two-faced peo-
ple. FUTURE: Hang around with
Donny and George, avoid the Draft.
TO REMEMBER: Meeting Jackie when
I was a freshman, always hope to stay
close to my best friends. TO FORGET:
Getting up at 6:00 every morning,
working my hardest to graduate without
seeing this place another year. FU-
TURE PLANS: Becoming an airline
stewardess, but most likely I'll get
married and have a family.
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Richard A. Nickerson
TO REMEMBER: Beer wagon. The
ROCK, Nov. 1, 1972, overnite ski
trips, sleeping on W.H.S. roof and
having Miss Haitas wake me up. TO
FORGET: Jungle Jane, D. K., M. E.,
C. M., having nothing to do on w.eek-
ends, being tortured by B. C. and A. H.,
lunches. FUTURE PLANS: To win
$1,000,000 and retire.
ACTIVITIES: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Base-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 2; J.V. Show
3; Patrons Drive 3, 4; Treasurer 3, 4.
TO REMEMBER: J.V. Show, undefeated
football 70 and 72, drinking parties,
junior sleepout. TO FORGET: Being
caught by Carol for skipping in Bos-
ton, the lunch lady, English 4. FU-
TURE PLANS: Going to college and
becoming a pilot.
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TO REMEMBER: February 27, 71,
Bob, all the good times we had together,
a certain weekend up L. Winnepesauke,
New Years Eve 72, Tea with Ma Cote,
a certain party at Chickies house, Christ-
mas 72, M. C, L S., B. K., C. S., A. B.
and M. F. TO FORGET: March 13,
1972, all the arguments Bob and I had.
Graduation night of 71, a certain
person. FUTURE PLANS: Get a good
job, traveling, eventually getting married
and living a happy life.
TO REMEMBER: Going to Switzerland
72 and the parties we had there.
ACTIVITIES: Yearbook 4; Field Hockey
2, 3; Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Class
Play 4; Junior Variety Show 3; Girl
Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4. TO REMEMBER:
People, G. S., onion rings, stoned?
Cast Parties — 71 and 72, night in
Boston, M&M's and Fritos, R. D., senior
prom, Mitch, Raison, Detroit National
Anthem, Dumpy, "up 2 over 1", Wein-
berg's, "this is your mind speaking",
4 pencils!, Ethel, the trash can at
McDonalds. TO FORGET: W.H.S.
FUTURE PLANS: School, travel.
Jeanne M. Phinney
TO REMEMBER: S.D.P., certain trees,
those Friday nights, skip days, K. L.'s
mix, the 25-mile walk, A. C. in French,
the log by the tracks. TO FORGET:
Yellow trucks, Type 3, the runaway,
babysitting friends. New Years Eve
1970, L. H. in D. J.'s car. FUTURE
PLANS: To graduate, get a job, and
be with Carl.
ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 1, 2; Art Club
2; Wildcat 4; J.V. Show. TO REMEM-
BER: J.V. Show, ski trips, hockey
games, the Common, a certain person.
Junior Skip Day, Sally's parties, lunches
at Merph's house, I. D., how close our
class was. Rick, T.V. TO FORGET: A
certain night, after the J.V. Show,
L. W., school dances, underclassmen,
Sally's parties, backstabbers. FUTURE
PLANS: I hope someday to be able to
work with mentally retarded children.
ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4;
Secretary 2; Executive Board 3; Na-
tional Honor Society 3, 4; Field Hockey
2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2;
Ski Team 4. TO REMEMBER: S. M.'s
parties, path to the library, flag pole
swinging, ski trips. Field Hockey 71,
the "cage", cigarettes during Field
Hockey. TO FORGET: Freshmen-
class of '74, French tests, Mr. Kelley's
jokes, D. H., car accidents. FUTURE
PLANS: College — translate for airlines
ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 1, 2, 3,
captain 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Soft-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 1; Yearbook
4; NHS 4. TO REMEMBER: F-mobile,
S.S.N.B.F., weekend at Diane's "Are
you 21?", Field Hockey Champs, #10,
H. B., Algebra I, Mother, Stonewall,
Staties, Bengie, procrastinating. Doc's
place, 15<f, Go!! TO FORGET: Ski
trip to Enchanted, Yellow Hornet,
Senior English, pulling out of the plaza,
floods. FUTURE PLANS: Going to
college and having a good time.
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ACTIVITIES: High School Band 2. TO
REMEMBER: Having studies 6th and
7th in my junior year, and being able
to go home at 12:15, the baby shower
my Steno I class had for Mrs. Fitz-
gibbons, the week of all the bomb
scares, 70-71, L. P. TO FORGET:
Lunch time, too many people in the
halls. FUTURE PLANS: Possibly to go
on to nursing, getting married to L. P.,
traveling before settling down, and just
to enjoy life to the fullest.
ACTIVITIES: Arts and Crafts 3; Soft-
ball 3; Travel Club 4; Spectator Sports
2. TO REMEMBER: W.A.L.T., Mr. S.,
G. F., G. F., D. P., M. B., M. L., K. K.,
junior year, lunches. TO FORGET: Type
III, W.H.S., football players, the food at
lunch, M. M., M. G. FUTURE PLANS:
Travel to different parts of the world.
ACTIVITIES: Majorette 2. TO RE-
MEMBER: David, onion rings, Wake-
field cemetary, New Years Eve '72, my
dog. TO FORGET: The summer of '72,
majorettes, Art III and IV, my fresh-
man, sophomore, junior and senior
Deborah L. Porter
ACTIVITIES: J.V. Show 3; Home Ec.
Club 1; Sports Spectators 1; Arts and
Crafts 1; Work Study 1. TO REMEM-
BER: Rick, M. B., M. L., D. P., G. F.,
M. B.'s parties, football games, "certain
people" Charlestown, lunches, W.A.L.T.,
lockers, skipping. TO FORGET: Study-
ing for tests, being a freshman, cheer-
leaders, teachers, falling in D. P.'s pool,
Sweetheart Plastics. FUTURE PLANS:
I plan to join the peace corps.
ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 1; J.V. Show
3; Prom Committee 3; Patrons Drive
3, 4. TO REMEMBER My sister, J. K.,
J.V. Show, my friends, Halloween 72,
T.S.H., Mancini's, Y. C, Studies, H. S.
Lot, Sally's parties, common. TO FOR-
GET: Dietetics, Bedford, backstabbers.
FUTURE PLANS; To be happy in
whatever 1 attempt.
ACTIVITIES: Junior Variety Show 3;
Talking and Laughing 1, 2, 3, 4. TO
REMEMBER: Dances, J.V. Show, T. G.,
weekend of "1970", Mr. D.'s class. The
N. R. Football game and "the Boards",
"bowling", Patrons Drive. TO FOR-
GET: My grades and a certain wolf!
FUTURE PLANS: To go to art college
and do" really good, to marry J. C. and
not have 5 boys! to stay out of the
ACTIVITIES: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus
4; Chess 2, 3, 4. TO REMEMBER:
Haus International, Rm. 248, German
classes, Mr. Malay's English class, band
rehearsals, bomb scares. Uncle Don,
Marylou. TO FORGET: Old uniforms,
chemistry, algebra, German gender.
FUTURE PLANS: Entering college,
leaving college, moving to a new place,
getting married, getting into a high tax
ACTIVITIES: Work Study. TO RE-
MEMBER: 1972 February vacation, my
three week party, 68 Blue Torino, "my"
55 Chevy. TO FORGET: S. D., J. S.,
what happened to J. G. from Stone-
ham. FUTURE PLANS: marry Domenic
TO REMEMBER: Junior skip day. Fox,
Teen, Barfer, Pete, Hooker, Gumby,
Pube, Valley News Parties, my '64
Plymouth, carnival, 18 Friday nights,
bomb scares, parties down the tracks,
playing cards, breakfast at Donut Vil-
lage, the office and my pal H. G., my
kidnapped trip to N.H. TO FORGET:
Fuzzy, lunches. FUTURE PLANS: To
make a million.
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ACTIVITIES: National Honor Society
3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Hockey 1, 2;
Key Club 3, 4-Vice President. TO RE-
MEMBER: Gym class with Jimmy
Gillis and field day in 1971. TO FOR-
GET: Taking the SAT's and achieve-
ment tests. FUTURE PLANS: I want
to go to college and study veterinery
ACTIVITIES: Junior Variety Show;
Student Government; Junior Class Pic-
ture Committee; Yearbook; N.H.S. 4;
Athletic Scholarship Committee. TO
REMEMBER: Freshman blues, Paris,
P. F., Scott, ping pong. Senior Class
Play, Martha and Steve, concerts, Ann,
Bill, Fessy. TO FORGET: French term
tests, youth center, math, writing pro-
jects. FUTURE PLANS: College, law-
TO REMEMBER: Spanish I, Home Ec.
I and II, not going to gym! TO FOR-
GET: Mr. K's jokes. FUTURE PLANS:
To become a Home Economist.
ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 3; Travel Club
3; Basketball Cheering 3, 4. TO RE-
MEMBER: Cheering, J.V. Show,
Sheila's, Mrs. Kanchuga, E, B, and K
remembers H. H., Stak's party, skip-
ping. Have's Car. TO FORGET: The
sunshine, youth center, Steno III, De-
tention. FUTURE PLANS: Dancing
school, Airline Stewardess.
ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4;
Ski Club 3, 4; Yearbook 4; J.V. Show
3. TO REMEMBER; Field Hockey
Championship '72, #12, "Are you 21?",
weekend at cottage, '72 Prom, Rodney,
■Go!", H-B, Mrs. Boudreau, The
Routine, our J.V. Show, Mr. Fardy's
classes, boatshow, "secure!", trying to
beat B. D. in type III, "Luvies", hockey
games at Billerica Forum, going to
N.H., all my friends, Robin. TO FOR-
GET: Mono, freshman year WOB-
NIAR! FUTURE PLANS: Attending
Kathcrins Gibbs, becoming a secretary,
ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 2, 3, 4;
Alpha 1; J.V. Show 3; Peer Group 3, 4;
Student Government Day 3, 4; Concert
Choir 3, 4; NHS 4. TO REMEMBER:
The electrolyte experiment, Rostowe,
Paris, Gunnar, J. Geils Band, my music,
having Chris in school with me, the
Rolling Stones, Maine, Cape Cod, "Pop"
Warner et al. TO FORGET: Wellcsley
forms, being Mono-Woman, cutting
Steve's hair. FUTURE PLANS: "Be
sure, be sure, we're going to do some
splendid things!" — Rudyard Kipling
TO REMEMBER: John's campaign, is
the frog the farmer's friend? Dietetics,
Barb, Karen, Marg, Mary, Kim and
Marie, and Cookie. TO FORGET: Barb,
Karen, Marg, Mary, Kim and Marie.
FUTURE PLANS: Majoring in wise
assin' and dentistry.
ACTIVITIES: Chess Club 3, 4; Chess
Team 4; Math League 4. TO REMEM-
BER: Food fights with Wray, Chem
gang in the library. TO FORGET:
Mrs. Seidler's English class. FUTURE
PLANS: College, possibly dentistry.
ACTIVITIES: Softball 1; Field Hockey
2; Business Club 2. TO REMEMBER:
Mike, 11/5/71, 68 Camaro, Joan and
her dynamite mustang, times Joan and
I almost got caught, Canada, the beach,
skipping school, Jayne, our special talks.
TO FORGET: Cheering and the com-
petition, strange people from Lowell,
my freshman year, being stuck in the
snow for six hours with Joan and Kevin.
FUTURE PLANS: Live a happy life,
travel, succeed in whatever I do.
ACTIVITIES: Science Club. TO RE-
MEMBER: My friends and all the good
times we've had. FUTURE PLANS: I'd
like to make a go at the boating in-
Deborah Ann Scarano
ACTIVITIES: Majorettes 4; Ski Club
1, 2; Prom Committee 4; Junior Variety
Show. TO REMEMBER: Snooky, June
29, 1970, my friends, Salisbury, '71
Senior Prom, weekends, summer of '70,
B and R, lunch at Murps, TuU, D. H.
porch, the rock, G.R.S. TO FORGET:
August of '72, The Backstabbers, Sun-
days, Majorettes, Y. C, fights with
S. L., 5-10, Plum Island, N.H., Sunday
Mass. FUTURE PLANS: To succeed in
whatever I plan to do and to marry
ACTIVITIES: Football 2, 3. TO FOR-
GET: Football camp, 41 comeback,
splinters. FUTURE PLANS: Work,
ACTIVITIES: Government Forum;
Newspaper; J.V. Show; Ski Trip to
France; Skip Days; Student Walkout.
TO REMEMBER: 1st time Mr. Garrett
wore a necktie. TO FORGET: Grange
Hall Parking Lot. FUTURE PLANS:
College (taking over the world).
Deborah A. Shukis
ACTIVITIES: Basketball 1; Drama Club
2, 3, 4; J.V. Show; Senior Class Play;
Wildcat 3, 4. TO REMEMBER: The
"Weinberg" Gang, Saturday nite bowl-
ing, L. P., P. S., P. W., D. F., R. H.,
M. W., R. D., B. C, J. K.'s sweater,
walking barefoot thru Boston Common
after dark with P. W., L. P., J. A., and
M. D., 1/2/71, the chevy and D. M.
TO FORGET: The bad times. FUTURE
PLANS: College, to be a High School
ACTIVITIES: Baseball 1, 3; Junior
Variety Show; Patron's Drive. TO RE-
MEMBER: Weekend down the tracks,
Sal's parties, Junior Skip Day. TO
FORGET: Algebra II, getting up for
school. FUTURE PLANS: Alcoholic,
ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 1, 2, 3
Softball 1, 2; Tennis 3, 4; Footbal
Cheerleader 4; Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4
Band 1; Prom Committee 4; Class
Treasurer 2; Executive Board 3, 4
Junior Variety Show; Patrons Drive
3, 4; Yearbook 4. TO REMEMBER
F-mobile, Algebra I, S.S.N. B.F., Field
Hockey Champs, B. G.'s Halloween '70,
cheering, J.V. Show, 8th grade, singing
cakes, ski trips, painting. Thanksgiving
'72, procrastinating. Prom '72. TO
FORGET: Floods, Enchanted Ski Trip,
chcm lab, Senior English.
ACTIVITIES: Baseball 1, 2; Basketball
1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 3, 4; Family Living
Committee 2; Ski Club 2; N.H.S. 4 TO
REMEMBER: J.V. Show, sports, ski
trip to France, Math classes, pool party
at N. F. TO FORGET: Bad marks in
French, French skits. FUTURE PLANS:
Patricia J. Smith
TO REMEMBER: Saturday night bowl-
ing, onion rings, stoned? FUTURE
PLANS: Secretarial work, I hope.
ACTIVITIES: Hockey 2; Ski Club 4;
Avoriez France 1973; Patrons Drive 4.
TO REMEMBER: M. Soodla's Chem
lab. TO FORGET: School lunches,
Algebra and Biology tests. Senior Eng-
lish. FUTURE PLANS: Go on to col-
ACTIVITIES: Playing in a band on
Activity Day. TO REMEMBER: Bomb
scares as a freshman, summer school as
a freshman and junior, forgetting to do
my homework, playing tackle football
at the North school with no pads and
remembering crutches the next day,
Junior Skip Day, but not skipping,
garbage disposal underneath the cafe
steps, the great hot lunches served. TO
FORGET: All my teachers I had for the
four years. FUTURE PLANS: Going
Dorothy A. Stewart
ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 2; Junior
Variety Show 3. TO REMEMBER: Miss
B's French II class, all the good times
with my friends. TO FORGET: Hard
tests, playing in only one full game
during field hockey. FUTURE PLANS:
To attend college and become a regis-
ACTIVITIES: Newspaper Staff 4; Na-
tional Honor Society 4; Key Club 3, 4;
Executive Board 3; Manager Varsity
Basketball 4; Math League 4; J.V. Show
3; Senior Class Play 4. TO REMEM-
BER: The Math Department. TO FOR-
GET: The crowded halls and lunch
periods. FUTURE PLANS: College, pos-
sibly teaching or research in math.
ACTIVITIES: Freshman Baseball 1;
J.V. Baseball 2; Varsity Baseball 4. TO
REMEMBER: Salisbury beach in De-
cember: TO FORGET: Going to New
Jersey. FUTURE PLANS: Attending
ACTIVITIES: Football 1, 2, 3; Hockey
1; Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Chef Club. TO
REMEMBER: Being serious, Mopar,
Ray, Jack, Mark, Jack, Ricky. TO FOR-
GET: Being serious. FUTURE PLANS:
To run my own rehabilitation center.
Joseph C. Sullivan, Jr.
ACTIVITIES: Cross Country I, 3. TO
REMEMBER: Getting suspended for
nothing. TO FORGET: English classes.
FUTURE PLANS: Going into the Navy
and becoming an electrician.
ACTIVITIES: Chess Club 3; Spanish
Club 2; Government Forum 2; Creative
Expression 3; Wildcat Staff 4; Yearbook
4. TO REMEMBER: Learning vocabu-
lary, desperately trying to understand
a French play. TO FORGET: Mathe-
matical formulas, boring classes, con-
stant PA announcements. FUTURE
PLANS: College, travel.
Robert M. Swisher
ACTIVITIES: Soccer 3, 4, Captain. TO
REMEMBER: Making the states in
soccer my senior year, my big night
down the tracks. TO FORGET: Missing
the states by 1.22 percentage points in
my junior year, everything about school.
FUTURE PLANS: To be whatever I
want to be.
TO REMEMBER: Karen K. and the
good times, English 3 and 4, skip days.
TO FORGET: D. G. saying M.E.N.L.,
P.O.D., my car. FUTURE PLANS: To
go to school for auto-body and some-
day open a shop with J. S.
ACTIVITIES: Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross
Country 4; J.V. Show 3; Patrons Drive
3, 4. TO REMEMBER: J.V. Show,
S. M.'s parties, parties at the tracks,
Junior Skip) Day, getting caught by
Carol, skipping a field trip in to Boston,
Trip to France, Hockey Championship
70-71. TO FORGET: English 4, Math
with Mr. Jones 1, 3, 4. FUTURE
PLANS: To be successful in life and
to become an electrical engineer.
Allan Edwin Vanderley
ACTIVITIES: Cross Country Track 1;
Winter Track 1, 2; Baseball 1, 4; Soccer
2; Wrestling 3; "Wildcat" Cartoonist,
Writer 4. TO REMEMBER: A certain
special girl and the drafting class. TO
FORGET: A certain girl and the year
1971. FUTURE PLANS: What ever
Carol Van Steensburg
ACTIVITIES: Photography 3, 4; Work
Study 4; Chess Club 2. TO REMEM-
BER: Dec. 6, 1970, the R. F. club,
Robin's party, sleeping over Martys'
andAmys", my Tewk. friends, Mr. Len-
tine and Mr. Keller, chewing tobacco,
and skipping. TO FORGET: The Pledge
of Allegiance in the morning, the stu-
dent's parking lot, John Steinbeck, Mr.
G's English class, Commonwealth Ave.
FUTURE PLANS: To be a photo
ACTIVITIES: Football 3, 4; Wrestling
2, 3; Spring Track 2, 3, 4; Junior
Variety Show; Ski Club 3, 4. TO RE-
MEMBER: Chelmsford game, Donut
Village, J.V. Show, a chemistry teacher,
Junior Skip Day. TO FORGET: A
certain algebra teacher, football camp.
FUTURE PLANS: To go out, make
some money, and try to be a success.
TO REMEMBER: Not doing speeches
for Mr. G., all three lunches, 3/5/71,
having a '72 Roadrunner to drive two
days after I got my license. TO FOR-
GET: Gym first period on Monday,
study alone 3rd, the Long Walk, waiting
for my 10-speed.
TO REMEMBER 799, Enzo, Moses,
Aardvark, the greasers, my '72 Tele-
caster, cheeseburgers, bomb scares.
Chuck Berry. TO FORGET: May 13,
crawling in gym. Jingle Bell Rock,
Dave's shiny shirt, Enzo's falling amp
on Field Day.
ACTIVITIES: Soccer 3, 4; Freshman
Football. TO REMEMBER: League
Champs, Saturday nite after making
States, Gay Corner, Prime Time: Flash,
Gaylord, Buda, Amando, No. 19,
Denise, June 8, 1972, Froggy's on
Friday nites, Mazz's on skip days, junior
sleep out, Donut Village in the Ram-
bler-Scrambler, wrecking the 442, the
Tracks, The Mytron Gang. TO FOR-
GET: Blowing lunch at Mazz's. FU-
TURE PLANS: To make a lot of money
and retire early.
Sandra A. Wawrzynski
TO REMEMBER: Having those talks
with Mr. Malay, L. P., gym class, lunch,
always skipping 11th grade math class.
TO FORGET: Having to go to gym
first thing in the morning, having to
go out in the freezing cold during the
bomb scares, getting dumped in the
snow. FUTURE PLANS: Become a
ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1, 2, 3; Baseball
1; J.V. Hockey 2. TO REMEMBER:
The tree, the rocks, July-August 72,
the hill, the wall, N.Y., November 71,
bedding. TO FORGET: A March nite
in Ballardvale. FUTURE PLANS: To
go to college in Sydney, Australia.
TO REMEMBER: Spanish I with G. D.,
Salisbury with M. W., P. M., J. I.,
parties at Sally M., Tracks on Friday
and Saturday nites, skipping on activity
days 71, wasting .30 for lunches, going
to Jack N the Snatch on Friday and
Saturday and Enzo there, the first 22
hours of owning my race car and two
tickets. TO FORGET: Miss Soodla,
Oceanography and the Physics part,
drinking in my "67" with D. K., M. W.,
and Cathy S., W.H.S. FUTURE PLANS:
Earn enough money to keep my race
car in gas, be a store manager for Fire-
stone Tire and Rubber Company.
ACTIVITIES: Soccer 3, 4; Patrons
Drive 3. TO REMEMBER: J.V. show,
S. M.'s party, the tracks, C. K.'s pants.
TO FORGET: General Math, Algebra,
Junior Skip-day. FUTURE PLANS: To
learn to fly, to travel.
ACTIVITIES: Science Club 2, 3, 4;
Math League 3, 4; Drama Club 2, 3,
4; Senior Class Play; Field Hockey 1;
Gymnastics 1, 3. TO REMEMBER: MD,
ML, The Group, the umbrella (SD and
JH), my party, the ships, star-gazing.
Drama Festivals, 3/11/72, 12/23/71,
little books, Potty, SR. TO FORGET:
My sophomore year, my braces and
nicknames, 3/4/72, 10/8/72. FUTURE
PLANS: To be a veterinarian, get mar-
ried, be happy and never lose touch
with my friends.
Michael J. Wolley
ACTIVITIES: Band 1, 2, 3; Peer Group
3, 4; Patrons Drive 3, 4; J.V. Show;
J.V. Hockey. TO REMEMBER: S. M.'s
parties, tracks, Paul being a Harry, The
Kraut, skip day, skiing with D. G.,
May 13, guys, J. T., all my friends
good or bad, Common '71. TO FOR-
GET: Junior trip???, the parties I
threw, my junior year, English 3 and 4,
reading from my hat. FUTURE PLANS:
To achieve my own personal goals,
whatever way I want to.
William R. Woodbury
ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sass
Fel, Switzerland 1972; Alvaraze, France
1973; Chess Club 1, 2, 3; Whist 3;
J.V. Show 3; Wrestling 2; Patrons
Drive 3; Ski Team 4. TO REMEMBER:
J.V. Show, Sass Fee, R.E.D., P.O.D.
with B. C, sawing Beth K. in half.
TO FORGET: Algebra 2, M. J., English
4, W. H. Studies, the lunch lady.
FUTURE PLANS: To go on in life and
earn a million dollars.
ACTIVITIES: Work-Study; Field Hock-
ey 1. TO REMEMBER: Mr. Grecoe's
English Class, L. O., My best friends
graduating before me. Small underclass
men, M. R. TO FORGET: Miss Mc-
Carthy's gym class. Study halls in the
small cafe and High School dances.
FUTURE PLANS: Going to California,
owning a motorcycle and forgetting
David G. York
TO REMEMBER: France, Salisbury,
Good Harbor Beach, Movies, Friday
nights. TO FORGET: Mrs. Seidiers
English class, "take the train".
ACTIVITIES: Business Club 1; Ski
Club 3; Travel Club 3; Basketball
Cheerleader 3; Football Cheerleader 4.
TO REMEMBER: Liane's car, ski trips,
studies, cheering practice. Thanksgiving
Rally, Stak's party, B., K. and E. re-
members 2 D. H.'s, H. H., Sheila's, the
Cape. TO FORGET: Mrs. G., a certain
beach party, my first basketball game.
FUTURE PLANS: College.
ACTIVITIES: Basketball Cheerleader 1;
Football Cheerleader 2; Basketball 2;
J.V. Show; Patron's Drive 3, 4; Ski
Club 1, 2, 3, 4. TO REMEMBER:
Kidnapping Buckeye, Sally's P.J. party,
B. W., Greg, J.V. Show, my freshman
year. Egg Rock, France ski trip. TO
FORGET: Youth Center, P. T., Sun-
days, Rest Area, sophomore year, Steve
L., telephone bills, DeMoulas, Spanish
Seamus O. Berkeley
Bye bye high school
Nance or Alkie
ACTIVITIES: Future Teachers 3; Cro-
chet Club 2, 3, 4. TO REMEMBER:
Weekends, the "bomber," summer
parties, small talks, telephone calls,
MacDonald's, summer friends, Dunkin'
Donuts and Silver Lake, WH from N.J.,
the Gang." TO FORGET: "Tricky
Dicky," gym class, study with Mrs.
Boudreau, falling downstairs the first
day at school, work, hassles, long lec-
TO REMEMBER: A trip to the White
Mountains, N.W.D.S., Junior year,
DASH, TALES, DC, JB, MP, KS, PC,
EK. TO FORGET: A freak show with
NR, PC's party, a car accident. FU-
TURE PLANS: To travel, be happy
ACTIVITIES: Gymnastics 1, 2. TO
REMEMBER: Skiing and Plum Island
with SR, Senior Prom with WA, DW's
cottage, my first date with RL, nite
JF gave SP a piece of his mind at
McDonald's, working at IRS with JH
and at A and A with JC. TO FORGET:
SP himself, nite DW told me she had
to move, sleeping over DW's house
and falling in the swamp on the way
to school-, nite JC got sick at Kitty's.
FUTURE PLANS: Get a good job,
marry RL at the right time, be happy.
ACTIVITIES: Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Un-
defeated 2, 4; Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4;
Winter Track 1, 2. TO REMEMBER:
Good friends and good times. Soph,
drinking party, our Great J.V. Show,
painting the bleachers blue and then
they were covered with aluminum. TO
FORGET: Senile supervisors with ridi-
culous rules and regulations. FUTURE
PLANS: Attending college and joining
the American Society.
ACTIVITIES: Band 3; Peer Group 2.
TO REMEMBER: B and E at the beach,
summer kitchen, weekends at the Lesbo
Shuman, Skuttelimyos and Wardgruts.
TO FORGET: The Band as it is, the
fights, the pushing, shoving, screaming
yelling and myself. FUTURE PLANS:
To get out.
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